Meghan Markle hasn't been part of the Royal family for a long time, so she is definitely still learning about what that means.
Meghan's peach Carolina Herrera gown looked "stunning", says the newspaper, but was deemed "too revealing" for the ceremony.
'On The Run II' has nothing on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Others, however, were quick to rush to her defense saying that Meghan was bringing a fresh look to the usual "stuffy" royal etiquette.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex chat at the annual Trooping the Color in London.
The newlywed pair attended their first public engagement as a marriage couple in May, as they joined an array of other royals at Buckingham Palace for an early 70th birthday celebration for Prince Charles. "She really wants his views", the source said.
Later on, the couple finally made it public with their engagement a year ago on November 27 and appeared for the first official interview after Prince Harry slammed public reports on racism and Meghan's past.
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Given how many rules and traditions the Royal Family are said to adhere to, it's little wonder Meghan still needs some guidance.
She rode in a horse-drawn carriage along The Mall to Horse Guards Parade with mother-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who wore a pale blue silk dress and jacket by Bruce Oldfield, with Philip Treacy also providing her headwear.
The specific dates for Meghan and Harry touching down on New Zealand soil has not yet been released.
And the thousands in attendance certainly appreciated Meghan and Kate's exemplary style, cheering and waving in approval.
Either way, a lot of people leapt to Meghan's defence after the outcry, arguing that some people were focusing too much on archaic rules, and not enough on the fact that the Duchess looked unbelievable. "She's been also leaning on Samantha Cohen, assistant private secretary to the queen, and a much admired favorite of the queen in Buckingham Palace".