Meghan Markle Performs First Solo Royal Engagement Without Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Performs First Solo Royal Engagement Without Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Performs First Solo Royal Engagement Without Prince Harry

"Everyone is freaking out because Meghan Markle closed her own door", the girl said.

"He was the one who was always there for her. Fake waves and smiles can stop".

All eyes were on Meghan, 37, as she went on her first ever solo appearance as a royal for an event in London, United Kingdom.

Yet, when Meghan Markle, the United States actress turned newly-wed wife of Britain's Prince Harry, closed her own vehicle door, a wave of shock and awe rolled over Britain.

Last night, the Duchess stepped out for her first solo public function, which was held at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

"There is not a chance in hell that Meghan is going to lower herself and meet with her half-sister", A friend of Meghan's told DailyMailTV.

Comparing her accent to Madonna's, a user wrote, "Meghan's developed a case of Madonna's Accent Change #QueenOfTheWorld".

The Duchess stepped out of her auto and greeted a member of staff, before shutting her own vehicle door.

At the time, some armchair experts who were quick to take to the internet to pass on their views on Meghan's breach of "royal etiquette".

The BBC summarised the mood of the nation in its own headline: "Meghan closes a vehicle door and some people can't handle it".

"Sorry Meghan Markle's new accent?" read another tweet.

"Usually royalty and dignitaries have someone to open/close vehicle doors for security reasons: nothing to do with "princess behaviour", tweeted William Hanson, an etiquette coach and columnist for the Daily Mail's website.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are heading to their namesake county next week for a busy day of engagements.

The exhibition, which marks the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy, celebrates the art of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia, and the Pacific region, including New Guinea, Easter Island, Hawaii and New Zealand.

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