But I am sure that their engagements will reflect Prince Harry's keen interest in the welfare of young people and his dedication to the preservation of the environment and Duchess of Sussex interest in the empowerment of women and girls. "There was no slight intended, but William being the older, more senior brother would go out first with his wife".
As it turns out, despite her strength and independence, Markle's new lifestyle requires a guiding hand (or two)-especially when it comes to navigating the nitty gritty of the etiquette that accompanies royal traditions.
"She was central, rather than the alternative of being in the front row and along the balcony to the left or right", he explains. Good question: It's actually a multi-million dollar form of transport that's only available to the queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla.
Meghan and Harry's outdoor African adventures are said to have ranged from rugged safaris and other outdoor activities to simply relaxing out in the sun, hence Meghan's tan at the queen's annual birthday parade, Trooping The Colour, last weekend.
"The role that she's taken on it's very austere, it's very sort of serious and I think there's a great weight that she has. acquired through that and she takes it very seriously", she said.
We hope the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a splendid time in Africa. And Harry's mother Diana, another royal renegade, still always wore a long sleeve for her Trooping the Colours.
No matter where she stands, Meghan Markle surely has a seat at the table as the newest royal. Queen Elizabeth II will also be joining this trip and Hello!
As the moment approached, Meghan asked Harry under her breath, 'Do it?' And he replied, 'Yes, ' before she curtsied and he bowed his head.
There's a pecking order at play here.