Meghan Markle's fans believe she adopted a British accent after just a few months
With all the months she has been living in the UK, Meghan Markle’s supporters believe that she has already picked up a British twang after seeing this video.
Ever since Markle and Prince Harry’s engagement was announced in November 2017, she has been staying in the prince’s home country to learn the life of a royal.
After their wedding in May 2018, the newly-proclaimed Duchess of Sussex has maintained a permanent residency with the Royal Family.
As the newest addition to the British Royal Family, Markle had been given a couple of royal responsibilities and some of them require interaction with the public.
A Twitter video of the Duchess greeting her fans became viral and it led fans to believe that the former Suits actress – who was born and raised in California – already has a touch of British accent even with only a few months of living in London
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Recently, the video which was taken by a Twitter user named Aya El Zeiny in June resurfaced. The one-minute clip showed Markle greeting royal fans during her first public outing with Queen Elizabeth.
Meghan said my name, that’s me done😭 pic.twitter.com/167F2ubjUh— Aya🧚🏽♀️💫 (@Ayaaly99) June 14, 2018
As fans noticed, her voice seemed to have changed and already sounded a little British.
Twitter users were quick to react on the said video and expressed their sentiments.
Meghan Markle speaking with a British accent now is WILDDDDD to me— Leslie Knope (@realmegsmith) July 5, 2018
One user, Leslie Knope, wrote, ‘Meghan Markle speaking with a British accent now is WILDDDDD to me.’
‘I just watched a video that showed Meghan Markle starting to have a British accent and I’m so here for it you have no idea,’ wrote M’lyn Miller.
Some fans criticized the former actress and suggested that it was all fake, but there were a couple of people who defended Markle.
Don't drag Meghan Markle for making her accent more English-ey. If you're an American living in the UK and you don't change your question-asking inflection, do you even count?— Chelsea 𓆑 (@chelseann) July 5, 2018
Teri Fikowski wrote, ‘People who are rolling their eyes have likely not moved or stayed long term in another country before. This isn’t that crazy & I doubt it’s phoney.’
Since her wedding with Prince Harry, they have settled into the Nottingham Cottage inside Kensington’s Palace.