Published: Thu, June 28, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Prince Harry Plays Coy About His Honeymoon With Meghan Markle

It's no secret that the royal family must adhere to many protocols. From what to wear to how one must greet a commoner, there are a number of rules to follow. Pictured: Markle walks down the aisle as she arrives in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle for her wedding to Prince Harry in Windsor, Britain, May 19, 2018.

Attending the event alongside Queen Elizabeth, the pair looked as beaming and radiant as ever, as they posed alongside award receivers in Buckingham Palace, London. Meghan "quickly demonstrated that she is intelligent, polite and keen to learn", says the source, adding that her "enthusiasm towards living a life of service and humanitarianism excites the queen and it's just the type of vim and vigor she likes to see in someone". It's clear that Meghan really knows her favourite colour palette! Legs and knees must be kept together, which means crossing at the ankle is fine.

The royal women usually sit either with slating legs or crossed at the angle.

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The news has not been confirmed by the Royal Family and only time will tell if the newly-crowned duchess truly is expecting, or it was a rumour. "It is the flawless pose for when a camera is shooting directly in front of you because by slightly slanting the knees to create a zig-zag effect when wearing a dress or skirt, your legs are angled so that the camera only shoots the sides of your legs and protects your modesty". The seated position has also been dubbed the "Duchess slant" in recent years after the Duchess of Cambridge, who often takes this stance at public engagements.

"It's sophisticated, projects vulnerability, and looks fabulous in photos", she said.

Princess Diana and Prince Harry in 1995. One fan wrote, "Duchess of Sussex has her legs crossed wrong". "The key with the technique is to square your shoulders straight ahead while maintaining ideal posture". To protect one's modesty, the hands must be placed over one another on the lap.

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