How Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Earned ‘Snooty’ Reputation After Vogue Failure

Esequiel Farfan
Agosto 14, 2019

Here are 7 times the royal couple have broken protocol.

"Meghan and Harry have this reputation for being a little bit snooty, and even the fact they worked with the magazine, and the editor of the magazine referred to Meghan Markle as 'the greatest force for change, ' - I think it's the ideal encapsulation of how topsy-turvy identity politics sometimes makes this discussion", he said.

But their friends have reportedly had enough - with the couple apparently often making a point of sitting together at events, even if seated separately.

The Mail on Sunday claims that insiders say the Duchess is openly affectionate with her husband on these occasions.

What's more, Harry's inner circle has "stopped inviting her to dinner" over the "frowned upon" PDAs (public displays of affection) at the dinner table.

To avoid sounding too "common" or American, the first rule is that "placement" must be pronounced the French way which involves emphasizing each of the three syllables.

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The second rule is said to order that couples should not sit together in case any affectionate behaviour puts others off their meal.

Lastly, guests must always sit where they have been asked, in order to achieve the flawless, balanced high society table.

On top of that, guests must also always sit where they have been asked, in order to achieve the ideal, balanced high society table.

But this isn't the first time Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have broke etiquette with their loving affection.

It's the royal family tradition, which sees some of the most senior members of the Windsor clan descend on the Queen's Balmoral estate in the Scottish Highlands during the summer holidays. In fact, a Royal commentator claims that Kate Middleton was delaying her Balmoral trip.

And Meghan Markle thought her Suits audition was "terrible" and "ate her feelings" in pizza afterward.

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