Meghan Markle has been accused of breaking ‘Royal Rules’ so many times and yet again, she is being accused of crossing her legs which has been dubbed disrespectful.
The Duchess of Sussex joined the Queen, her husband Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the RAF centenary in Westminster Abbey on Tuesday.
Again, Meghan, 36, was seen crossing her legs during the service but she corrected herself immediately. Earlier, Meghan was accused of breaking Royal rules when she was spotted crossing her legs at the Young Leaders Reception at Buckingham Palace in June.
Royal fans criticised Meghan for being disrespectful towards the Queen as Royal ladies are supposed to sit with their legs crossed at the ankles.
Watch Meghan Markle crossing her legs and then correcting herself
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But, experts say that it is just her own style of seating, and they predict it could soon well be referred to as ‘the Sussex sit.’
MailOnline’s etiquette expert, William Hanson said:
‘Although used to be the custom that ladies (royal or nonroyal) would never cross their legs, clearly the Duchess of Sussex is finding her style and comfortable seating position by crossing her legs.’
‘Correctly, however, she is not letting there be too much of a gap between her ankles, which can look very ungainly when done by women or men.’
Well, we don’t find anything wrong with sitting with your legs crossed.
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