Wedding date Confirmed!  10 princess rules from the Buckingham palace to Meghan Markel.

Drum roll guys, its official. There would be another royal wedding!

Meghan Markle has charmed Prince Harry with her snatching good looks even though she is  divorced and older (Markle is 35, Harry 32).

She is the first biracial to marry into the royal family. Her mother is visibly black, with dreadlocks while her dad is white.

Harry, fifth in line to the throne, will marry Ms. Markel in spring 2018. They will live at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace in London. The announcement was issued by Prince Harry’s father, the Prince of Wales and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall (These titles though)

Every member of the royal family including the Queen has sent congratulatory messages to the couple. That laid to rest months of speculation after she and prince Harry made an invictus game appearance plus her move to London.

Before Markel can wear the 19diamond arched Tiara, there are princess rules from the Buckingham palace she needs to learn

Grandma has the final say: it’s her approval that allowed the engagement to happen.  Not just in words but through a written British law called Perth Law. The first six princes/ princess in line to the throne needs a written consent from grandma AKA the Queen to get married.

Etiquette, Etiquette, Etiquette:  Poise and perfection. The royal princess must adopt a Sitting position called the Duchess Slant sitting with her ankles together legs at an angle

Afternoon tea? Only the teacup should be raised when drinking, never the pinkie finger. The teacup should always rest on the saucer when one is not drinking. One is expected to stop eating once the Queen has eaten her last bite.

Thou shall not wear bright colors lipsticks and nail colors.   Extremely low cut dresses and shoulders are a no, no. gowns and skirts are preferable for formal occasions.

There is a dress code for every occasion that means multiple outfits per day. For shooting, afternoon tea, and dinner.

Hats are customary for formal daytime events such as weddings and christenings or Season events, including Royal Ascot and Henley Royal Regatta. – The hats are never worn indoors after 6pm

Tiara rules: they are worn as part of a white tie dress code, which is the most formal dress code, often stipulated at royal and state events such as the state banquet or Buckingham Palace reception. “Flashy diamonds and tiaras are not worn during the day, only married princess wear a tiara.
Know your hierarchy, wives have to bow, or curtsy to blood royals. According to protocol, if William is not present Kate is expected to curtsy to all senior members of the family, including blood princesses who are junior to her

No nick names and first names when calling royals, the full title applies. It’s Camilla princess of Cornwall and not just Camilla

They come into an event in very specific order of succession and line to the throne, Queen Elizabeth first, then Duke of Edinburgh, then the prince of wales and Duchess of Cornwall. … In that order.

Sorry Meghan, princesses don’t play Monopoly: In 2008, the Leeds Building Society gave Prince Andrew (the Duke of York and Queen Elizabeth’s third child) the game as a gift, but he responded, “We’re not allowed to play Monopoly at home. It gets too vicious.” Which leaves us and the entire world with so many questions about how competitive the royal family really is.

So girl we rooting for you, but like they say, heavy lies the head that wears the crown


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