Meghan Markle Closing Her Own Car Door Excites Social Media Users

Lewis Collier
September 28, 2018

"I'm delighted to be visiting Namibia for the first time". Our advice? Keep score.

Meghan Markle has attended the opening of a new "Oceania" exhibition - featuring items from New Zealand and Polynesia - in her first royal solo outing since marrying Prince Harry in May.

"My visit to Namibia this week is focused on conservation", he said.

While what she did may seem like what any other person would do, her actions became a hot topic on social media as Markle apparently broke royal protocol.

"And I was humbled by the dedication of the rangers who protect the unique population of desert rhino from poachers".

"The latest figures show that a rhino is killed every seven hours".

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Prince Charles is also Africa bound.

Just a few weeks ago, during an official visit to the Royal Mail's International Logistics Centre at Heathrow Airport, the Duke of Cambridge quipped about the drugs detained at the facility, which included cannabis, MDMA, and cocaine, according to the Daily Mail.

Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Markle will make the trip on October 3, which means that this fall day now has something special associated with it that isn't Aaron Samuels asking Cady Heron for the date in Mean Girls.

"It's absolutely normal for a human being to take on the accent of the people around them when they want to belong to that group", dialect coach Pamela Vanderway told The Guardian. Royals generally have someone on hand to open and close doors for them, so Markle's autonomous move raised eyebrows - and sparked questions.

Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, will see the historic Sussex Declaration and open Tech Park at The University of Chichester in West Sussex.

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