Queen Elizabeth II's Cousin, Lady Elizabeth, Thinks Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Showing PDA Is "Just Adoring"

Date May 18, 2018

In less than four days, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be saying their vows in what is being regarded as the most significant royal wending of the century. Lovers of romance have eagerly pointed out that the couple seem madly in love, as they are known to show public displays of affection often.


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However, in the days leading up to the wedding, some observers suggest that Meghan may be changing her body language, albeit subtly. Body language expert, TV analyst and author, Judi James, told Daily Star Online that Meghan would often walk away from Prince Harry at public events, suggesting she considered herself still independent.


Whether this is an unconscious move by Meghan or a conscious effort to assume a position as a royal is unclear. But one thing is certain: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appear way more affectionate than the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.


Prince William and Kate Middleton occasionally hold hands in public and sometimes, Prince William may be caught leading her by the small of her back. Still, they come nowhere close to the displays by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.


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Lady Elizabeth Anson thinks they are cute

It has been said that the Queen is not particularly comfortable with the idea of royals displaying affection in public. But her first-cousin and unofficial event planner, Lady Elizabeth Anson, thinks quite the opposite.


Speaking with Sky News on Tuesday, Lady Anson said the found Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s affectionate body language quite endearing from the get go.

I even said it to them, when they got engaged and those photographs and they did that interview. It actually made your heart really feel warm towards them.

She later added that the couple was different from most that had come before them as they seemed comfortable in each other’s company.

It's actually not gross, is it? It's just adoring.


Meghan is still making adjustments


Becoming a royal is not as simple as walking down the aisle for Meghan. Since the engagement announcement, she began taking grueling lessons in etiquette to prepare her for her entry into the royal family.


For starters, she has had to adjust her vocabulary and sound more British than American. She also said goodbye to her social media accounts and her blog. Even her television career has taken a hit, and Meghan is no longer appearing in Suits.


In addition, she has had to learn how to properly address royals and other dignitaries, who to curtsy to and who not to. “How to wave” is even on the list of skills the future royal will have to learn. It is a pretty exhausting list, but for Meghan, she has a long road of learning ahead of her, even after her wedding.

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