The new mum then reportedly asked the pop star— who voices lioness Nala in the Disney live-action remake— about her two-year-old twins, Rumi and Sir.
“They are not here, they don’t come on every trip. We left them at home," the I Was Here hitmaker replied. "They would have loved to have been here,” the singer replied.
As expected, Queen Bey fans went into meltdown over her meeting with the Royal couple.
After Buckingham Palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were set to attend the star-studded event, royal expert Justin Sylvester revealed Meghan could face backlash for her interactions with the pop star, particularly if she greets her with a hug or they pose for a snap together.
Speaking to E! News, he said: "I just think she's doomed, like she's damned if she does and she's damned if she doesn't. If she takes a photo with Beyoncé everyone's going to say, she's so Hollywood, this is not what royals do. If she doesn't take the photo with Beyoncé, everyone is going to say she snubbed her, she's too good for her."