Every time Meghan Markle broke the Broken Royal Protocol
Meghan Markle is not like a normal royale, she's a cool royal.
So, when it comes to saying etiquette typically of, Queen Elizabeth II Prince Harry & # 39; s wife picks and selects who she wants to follow – and her husband does that too. The Duke and especially the Duchess of Sussex have often broken the royal record, even more than his brother Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton making them the most related royal couple of a modern British society ceremonial Monarchy, which has been tied to traditional Christian values for centuries.
Since the last year, since her and Harry's engagement, the Duchess of Sussex is making her own way as king with her behavior and style choices and we're here for it.
Look at each time Meghan broke the royal record.
No fiance allowed? You're welcome…
In April 2018 Meghan Harry joined the Commonwealth Youth Forum. Such events are usually reserved for royal family members, and she was only Harry's fiancé at the time.
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Meghan spent Christmas with Harry's family in 2017, just a month after announcing her engagement, and became the first royal fiance to celebrate the holiday with the British royals. Kate spent the holidays only with the royal family after her wedding in 2011 with William.
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In her vows at her and Harry's royal wedding in May 2018, Meghan did not swear to obey her husband. His late mother Princess Diana and sister-in-law Kate also renounced such an explanation in their own marriage vows.
In addition, Harry has decided to wear a wedding ring, another break with tradition.  Meghan Markle, Prince Harry “/>
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Meghan and Harry are probably the most outwardly affectionate couple in the British royal family, they often hug each other, exchanging glances of love and babbling in public. After William and Kate's unusual behavior at their cousin Princess Eugenie's 's wedding in October 2018, it looks as though perhaps the royal protocol of avoiding PDA belongs to the past.  Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Luke Vincent “/>
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Interactions with fans
While the Queen limits her physical interactions with fans to shaking hands, Meghan and Harry will sometimes go so far as to hug their fans and even take pictures with them – and photos of them! On a recent visit to Sydney, Harry met a young girl who looked remarkably like his wife. Then he called Meghan to him and asked the girl if he could take a picture of the two, and she agreed happily.
Meghan has even signed autographs to the fans in the past, another violation of the royal protocol.
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The Hair Thing
Meghan tends to wear her hair in a messy knot while she is on the move, which in turn contradicts the royal protocol. It has become her own style.
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Queens should sit cross-legged and kneeled at the ankle to preserve their modesty (especially when wearing a matching dress or skirt). Meghan did not always follow this tradition, nor did Diana and Kate. At the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games 2018 in Sydney, the Duchess was kneeling cross-legged.
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Dresses and skirts
The royal tradition dictates that women in the family wear dresses or skirts in public. Meghan does not care about this tradition. Even Kate, who usually follows the royal protocol more often, even presented some stylish trousers.
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… but not too short
Female royals also need to make sure their skirts are not too short. Many people felt that Meghan had crossed the line with the tuxedo minidress she wore during a gala performance of Hamilton with Harry in August.
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Although it is not an official royal requirement, royal women are encouraged to preserve their modesty by wearing their nylons or pantyhose, with their dresses or skirts. Meghan followed this protocol, but was also like, This is the 21st century and you will see my legs .
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Royals are advised against wearing black from head to toe, unless they go to a funeral or other dismal event. To this Meghan says, whatever .
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In July 2018, Meghan visited Edinburgh, Scotland, in a satchel, a style normally not worn by Royals, to avoid her touching the fans as she greets them.
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In September Meghan visited her first solo engagement as Royal and attended the opening of the new Oceania Art Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. She was driven by a chauffeur and when she arrived, a man opened her car door for her. She stepped out of the vehicle, shook his hand, and closed the door himself .
Meghan, who is currently pregnant with her and Harry's first child, wrote history when she and Harry heralded their engagement year; She is the first person of mixed ancestry who has allegedly occupied a prominent place in the mostly white British royal family for centuries and was the first American to marry since the great-uncle Harry Edward VIII with a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication in 1936 led by selecting the twice-divorced US society man Wallis Simpson as his bride. Meghan herself is also a divorce and a former actress.
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