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Meghan Markle Reportedly Finds Royal Wave ‘Silly’ And ‘Uncomfortable’

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Now That She And Harry Have Stepped Down As ‘Senior’ Royal Members And Move To Canada To Start A New Life, Meghan Is Said To Be Relieved As She Has Done Being Limited By Royal Rules.

It seems like royal life isn’t meant for Meghan Markle. A new report suggests that the Duchess of Sussex is not really enjoying doing royal wave which is the way how the British royal family members are greeting.

“She felt silly and uncomfortable doing the royal wave,” a source claims to In Touch. Seemingly struggling to nail it, the insider adds that “it took her a few times to get it right.”

The former “Suits” actress appeared to be having a hard time getting herself focused while practicing for the royal wave. She reportedly “couldn’t help laughing at herself when she practiced it with Prince Harry.”

The waving wasn’t the only thing that the mother of one allegedly “couldn’t stand.” Another source shared that Meghan thought that having to curtsy to high-ranking royals was “ridiculous.” The source admitted “that was honestly a big, big problem for her.”

Now that she and Harry have stepped down as “senior” royal members and move to Canada to start a new life, Meghan was said to be relieved as she has done being limited by royal rules. “Gone are the days where she had to stick to royal dress code, she’s much more comfortable wearing casual clothes — flats, jeans and sweaters,” said a third source.

“The queen is very traditional and prefers female members of the family to wear a skirt or dress below the knee when seen in public,” continued the source, adding that Meghan found the royal dress code “old fashioned.” As a “modern-day woman,” the former actress allegedly “hated this protocol and thinks it’s sexist.”

Earlier this month, Harry and Meghan announced their plan to be splitting their time between the United Kingdom and the North America. “We now plan to balance our time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour our duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages,” their statement read.

“This geographic balance will enable us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born, while also providing our family with the space to focus on the next chapter, including the launch of our new charitable entity,” they added.

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