Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: How will Meghan need to behave if she marries Harry?
Meghan Markle, a leading actress in top US show Suits, could be about to give up her TV career to become Prince Harry’s bride.
Royal insiders say Meghan Markle could be set to move to London this month, fueling speculation that a royal marriage could be on the cards.
So what does the Hollywood divorcee need to master if she’s to receive the royal seal of approval?
There are countless leading etiquette guides out there offering expert advice.
Looking good is the first step to princess perfection.
Prince William’s wife Kate, who has maintained her flawless style while being pregnant with her third child, is known for being elegant and chic.
It seems Meghan may have already been taking style suggestions after wowing bystanders at the Invictus Games in September with a maroon midi dress and matching burgundy biker jacket.
Professional etiquette coach Meika Meier has stressed the importance of good grooming and regular blow-dries.
The actress will also need to adopt a dress style that suits her. She might want to copy the stylish example set by the Duchess of Cambridge.
In addition to looking their best, members of the royal family have to carry themselves differently to ordinary members of the public.
Meghan will need to perfect sitting tall, maintaining a good posture and not letting her back touch her chair when she is sitting down.
She must never cross her legs, especially when getting in and out of cars, and needs to keep her hands folded in her lap at all times.
If Meghan marries Prince Harry, she might want to adopt the leg slant, which was perfected by Diana, Princess of Wales and Kate Middleton.
Another important skill to master is the regal art of eating.
Meghan will need to use her fork in her left hand and holding the handle of the tea cup at three o’clock.
And if she’s shopping for groceries, she’ll need to look out for products with the royal crest.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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