Meghan Markle and the Queen share one very important British value – ‘It goes a long way’

731

MEGHAN MARKLE, the Duchess of Sussex, and Queen Elizabeth II both believe in a very important British value.

The shared principle was revealed during a special party at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night Image GETTY
The shared principle was revealed during a special party at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night Image GETTY

The shared principle was revealed during a special party at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night (Image: GETTY)

The shared principle was revealed during a special party at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night. The 93-year-old monarch had welcomed numerous all-faith groups who had contributed to British life. According to People, she took time to talk to guests about problems they faced within their communities.

And it emerged that both the Queen and Meghan both believe tea and toast can go a long way to bringing people together.

Nighat Khan is from New Vision 4 Women, a charity that invites women from diverse background to bond over cookery.

She told reporters: “She wanted to know all about our projects and the challenges the women we work with face.

“We thanked her for the lovely opportunity, and she said this is a good way of connecting and that we should all talk to each other and we can help each other in the future.”

Meghan Markle latest news

The Queen welcomed 160 guests to the palace (Image: GETTY)

She added: “People are happy to talk a bit in that process, and then we can help them.

“She said, ‘A bit of tea and toast can go a long way.’

“It’s very British, isn’t it?”

During a visit, Meghan chatted to her friend and make-up artist Daniel Martin over tea and toast, with photos posted on Instagram.

The Queen and Meghan’s first solo trip together cost thousands Image GETTY
The Queen and Meghan’s first solo trip together cost thousands Image GETTY

The Queen and Meghan’s first solo trip together cost thousands (Image: GETTY)

She also spoke of her love of the treats on her now closed blog The Tig.

The Queen welcomed 160 guests.

A palace spokesman said the occasion was to “recognise those bringing about positive change in their local neighbourhoods and celebrate the work being done to support people of all ages and backgrounds”.

Earlier this week, it was revealed the Queen and Meghan’s first solo trip together cost thousands.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

Diana Legacy Header Logo Image
inbox gif

Get Update News In Your Inbox:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Latest Update News Images Videos of British Royal Family

↑ Grab this Headline Animator