Meghan Markle broke the protocol! The forbidden gesture she made at the Queen’s funeral

This was once again made abundantly clear during the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London, as contrary to what is customary, neither Meghan Markle nor Kate Middleton walked in the funeral procession on Monday.

This was a clear indication of the fact that the traditions of British royalty have many protocols that, at times, have come to be broken due to the will of the people who compose it. In addition, the funeral procession was attended by a large number of people, including the Queen.

Both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have followed this protocol when making the journey from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey; however, Anne chose to break the tradition once more.

According to custom, only men are required to walk the distance between the two locations during a royal family funeral. Both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have followed this protocol.

The established procedures that Princess Anne disregarded.

On the way to pay tribute to her mother, Princess Anne did walk beside her brothers, King Charles III, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. Following closely behind them were the grandchildren of Elizabeth II, Prince William, Prince Harry, and Peter Phillips.

She also did so in 2021, after the death of her father Prince Philip, and in 2002, when tribute was paid to the Queen Mother (her grandmother), after her passing.

This is not the first time that Princess Anne has broken protocol at a funeral; she walked in the funeral procession starting last week in her mother’s procession in Scotland; she also did so in 2021, after the death of her father Prince Philip; and she did so in 2002, after her grandmother, the Queen Mother.

As for Queen Consort Camilla, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton, all three of them arrived on their own to the funeral in their own vehicles and witnessed the entire official ceremony to say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96 after 70 years of reign.

In the case of the Duchess of Sussex, she arrived at the event in the same car as Prince Harry, who was also a member of the entourage, and as a result, the two of them bid their farewells after entering the venue.


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