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No one expected it, Megan Markle broke protocol at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

The wife of Prince Harry approached a young woman who was in the crowd to shake her hand.

This has not been the only time the Duchess of Sussex broke the 'rules' .
This has not been the only time the Duchess of Sussex broke the 'rules' .

The re-encounter of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with the royal family after the death of Queen Elizabeth II has given rise to rumors of possible reconciliation after the couple renounced their title and moved to the United States. 

On the occasion of the funeral acts due to the death of the monarch, Last weekend the Dukes of Sussex joined Prince William and Kate Middleton on the outskirts of Windsor Castle to acknowledge the displays of affection and look at the offerings in honor of Elizabeth II.

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However, when it came time to greet the public Meghan committed an indiscretion that goes against the codes of behavior that the royal family must follow. The wife of Prince Harry approached a young woman who was in the crowd to shake her hand. After crossing a couple of words, the teen told her if she could give her a hug, to which the former actress agreed with a smile.


Although Meghan's actions were considered a noble gesture on social media, according to protocol royals are prohibited from showing affection in public. This has not been the only time the Duchess of Sussex broke the 'rules' stipulated by the crown during the period of mourning for the death of Elizabeth II, since Prince Harry has been repeatedly seen to be held by the hand.

 

Her reappearance in the British crown acts has not been without controversy

The hug came after Meghan asked the young woman if she had a lot of time waiting. "It was an incredible moment (...) I wanted to show you what is welcome here," La said in a media interview.
 

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