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- Neighbors Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Windsor were given a talk on how to behave towards the royal couple.
- You should not talk to the couple, ask Archie, pet their dogs or offer babysitting.
People really do not want to let the Royals live (see: Someone upset about George's shirt), because Now comes a slightly confusing and slightly outrageous report from the Royal Windsor Estate, where Meghan lives in Markle and Prince Harry's Frogmore Cottage.
Daily Mail reports that Meghan and Harry's neighbors are at a town hall meeting got a detailed list of things that they can and can not do when they meet the royal couple The list included that they should not turn to the royal couple or try to have a conversation with them to start them (although they can say "good morning" if Harry or Meg talked to them) that they should not pet their dogs, even if the dogs come over that they should not ask to see Baby Archie and that they should not offer to walk or babysit with the dog. And I think we can all agree that the rule that no dog strokes is pretty extreme, right?
What makes it even more strange is that residents living near Frogmore Cottage / on the Windsor Estate include royal employees, estate employees, and "officials who live in houses of grace" – in other words, probably people who already know how to deal with royals. And apparently the queen does not even have a list of such demands! One neighbor says, "It's extraordinary, we've never heard of it, everyone who lives on the estate works for the kings and knows how to behave respectfully, we're not told how to treat the queen like that It is she. " I am very happy that people welcome you. "
But before you get too upset about the policy of caressing dogs, you should know that it did not seem to be Meg and Harry making these demands!" A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said, "The Duke and Duchess had no knowledge of this information and no involvement in the concept or content, which was a well-intentioned briefing to help a small local community welcome two new residents and help them in every possible encounter or Letters.The conversation was led by a local manager and generally considered well received. "
Um, sure. I'm just glad I do not live in Windsor!