July 19, 2018

People: Which Royal rules are 'difficult to understand' for Meghan Markle

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Meghan Markle has been conducting her royal duties according to the book, but she seems to be having some trouble understanding and adapting to some of the rules.

The Duchess of Sussex, who recently attended the Ladies' Singles Final at Wimbledon with Kate Middleton, on July 14, 2018, is reportedly finding it hard to deal with some of her obligations.

According to People, a source, who is yet to be named, revealed that Meghan still relies quite a lot on Prince Harry's guidance in order to be able to achieve Queen Elizabeth's standards.

Although she has quickly adapted to some of Buckingham Palace's requirements, the former actress struggles to understand why some things can and can't be done.

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For example, the 36-year-old doesn't understand why royal women are not allowed to wear trouser suits and, instead, have to put on dresses or skirts whenever they make public appearances.

But the Duchess of Sussex is not just having trouble with the dress code, as she seems to be forgetful of a very specific and crucial rule: to never talk about politics and, especially, not take sides.

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Meghan, who labels herself a feminist. recently made headlines after appearing at a garden party at the British ambassador's residence in Dublin, Ireland, on July 10, and allegedly voicing a controversial opinion.

Senator Catherine Noone took to Twitter to say that Meghan was pleased regarding the result of Ireland's referendum to legalize abortion, but later deleted the tweet considering that members of the Royal Family should stay clear of political discussions.

According to Robert Lacey, Crown historical consultant and royal biographer, Meghan's words are 'an example of her naiveté,' but that she is willing to learn, either with Prince Harry's help or the Queen's former assistant private secretary', Samantha Cohen.

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