Since tying the knot with Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan (nee Markle) has solidified her place as the new People's Princess, a title fondly bestowed upon Diana due to her genuine warmth and concern toward all those she met.
"No, we didn't go to Namibia", Harry replied, according to HELLO! magazine.
The Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony marks the fourth time that the Los Angeles native has officially stepped out with Her Majesty - the first ever being for Commonwealth Day in March. Showing off her healthy summer glow, the former actress opted for a bronzed and highlighted look, keeping her brunette tresses naturally wavy at her shoulders.
Markle looked stunning in a pink Prada ensemble but people were quick to notice the fact that she crossed her legs while seated, something a royal woman should traditionally not do.
While it is not known for sure the product Meghan uses on her cheeks for highlight, Twitter page Meghan Markle Style has guessed the Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat highlighter.
Yes, the recently titled Duchess of Sussex has to abide by a ridiculous list of royal fashion rules (no to wearing black, yes to flesh-colored tights), however, there are also restrictions on her diet.
However, Good Housekeeping also says that it is not a major faux pas for a royal woman to cross her legs in public.
Although not technically a rule, it's generally frowned upon for female royals to sit with their legs crossed at the knee. Though we must note she didn't uncross her legs, she merely tilted the crossed legs.
Yesterday, the 36-year-old royal chose to wear a custom-made Prada two-piece which she accessorized with Prada heels and a Prada clutch worth over €1,200.
"My daughter is capable of anything and she will be a compliment to the royal family", he told the hosts.
"All royal ladies cross at the ankles or put both legs to the side", the royal fan wrote (via Express).