Meghan Markle has solely been royal for about two months now (since her marriage ceremony to Prince Harry, naturally), which suggests she’s nonetheless new to the bizarrely particular etiquette guidelines that members of the British royal household should observe. So it’s comprehensible that she reportedly doesn’t fairly get the purpose of a few of them.
It needs to be famous, firstly, that the foundations of being royal are fairly sophisticated. You possibly can’t stroll in entrance of the queen or apparently eat garlic; there’s a ton of etiquette behind how deep your curtsey or bow needs to be and likewise the right way to correctly place your tiara. There are additionally guidelines about what you possibly can and can’t put on (lengthy hemlines, restricted pants for girls), and even what opinions you possibly can categorical. The foundations are oddly nit-picky and, forgive me, a tad outdated — and Meghan appears to agree with that sentiment, based on Folks.
Meghan has picked up a number of the guidelines already, however “has discovered sure guidelines within the royal family obscure, like the truth that the Queen prefers girls in clothes or skirts relatively than trouser fits, and is usually asking Harry why issues must be carried out in a sure means,” a supply instructed Folks.
The supply continued, “I feel she finds it a bit of irritating at occasions, however that is her new life, and he or she has to take care of it.”
After all, Meghan has probably been studying the ins-and-outs of those guidelines through the so-called “duchess coaching” she’s been present process since her royal marriage ceremony. Senior palace adviser Samantha Cohen has apparently been instructed to show Meghan every thing she must learn about being the Duchess of Sussex, together with the ins and outs of royal life. Meghan was additionally noticed getting royal pointers from Queen Elizabeth throughout their current highway journey collectively.
We are able to solely pray that Meghan, who loves garlic, will someday be allowed to eat it once more.