Meghan Markle-the new Duchess of Sussex-and Prince Harry are apparently supposed to step back a bit on a balcony to allow for Prince William and Kate Middleton to be in a more forward position.

It's been over three weeks since the Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding with Prince Harry, and although she seems to be handling everything like a pro in public, a source tells ET that she has been turning to members of the royal family and the staff to ensure she doesn't have a misstep.

On the Today Show's Instagram page, there was a suggestion that Meghan Markle was channeling none other than Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana, with her fashion choice. The duchess stepped out looking all glam in a pale pink, off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera dress with a matching wide-brimmed fascinator. "Kate did her first solo event with the queen a full nine months after marrying William". Meghan has never earned a major award nomination for Suits, so it would be a surprise if she did appear on the shortlist - we've got our fingers crossed! The parade marks the official birthday of the Sovereign, even though the Queen's actual birthday is on April 21st.

She paired her dress with a Philip Treacy hat.

Meanwhile, Harry is now sixth in line to the throne, but he'll eventually fall lower in the line of succession as William's heirs, Prince George, Princess Charlotte or Prince Louis have children.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are continuing to prove why they're the No. 1 couple in our hearts (sorry not sorry, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson) with yet another caught-on-camera cute moment. However, numerous headlines from the event focused on questions of whether the American-born duchess broke royal protocol by wearing an ensemble with an off-the-shoulder necklines that showed some skin. "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".

His visit to Fiji also underlines his special interest in the Commonwealth and our own historical ties with Great Britain and the Royal Family.


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