October 08, 2018

Queen Elizabeth allegedly isn't loving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'public behavior'

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The soon-to-be-married couple is fond of expressing their affection for each other in public and the Queen allegedly doesn’t like it.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently had an appearance at the Royal Foundation Forum, where they seemed as though they couldn’t keep their hands off each other.

Closer Weekly suggested that Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, isn’t so thrilled by the couple’s public displays of affection.

In fact, according to Woman’s Day, the Queen has warned Harry to lessen the act a bit.

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Also, she allegedly told her grandson that he should begin acting “prim and proper” like the others, such as his older brother, Prince William, and his wife, Kate Middleton.

A source close to the royals said, "Being affectionate just comes naturally to Harry and Meghan, but it's totally against royal protocol. The Queen isn't thrilled about it at all, and word is she summoned Harry to the palace to remind him what's expected of a royal.”

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On May 19, 2018, 33-year-old Harry is set to marry the 36-year-old former Suits actress.

The wedding will be held at St. George’s Chapel at the Windsor Castle.

Reports claimed that Markle had been receiving lessons on etiquette and elocution in preparation for the wedding, as well as being officially a part of the royal family.

Even though the source said that Markle is a “warm person,” she still has a lot to learn since being a royal is completely different to being an actress or celebrity.

As suggested by Closer Weekly, Harry reportedly considers Markle’s down-to-earth nature is what makes her special. He allegedly does not want her to change one bit.

A lot of the citizens in Britain have expressed their compassion for Markle and even compared her to the late People’s Princess and Harry’s mother, Diana Spencer.

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