Meghan Markle is said to have completed strict “princess-in-training” etiquette classes ahead of tying the knot with Prince Harry, 33.
And since the wedding in May, the 36-year-old appears to be settling into her new life, attending several key events including a solo outing with the Queen and making a debut at Royal Ascot.
And another princess has issued a warning to Meghan about what she’ll need to do now she’s royalty.
Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece, 49, has explained how former Suits star will need to get used to making sacrifices for her new family.
Marie-Chantal, who met her husband Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, on a blind date like Meghan and Harry, has revealed that the actress’ previous life will fade away.
“She will have to move away from the world of celebrities, and Hollywood, to quietly join that of other stars: the Royal Family,” Marie-Chantal told French magazine Paris Match.
For Marie-Chantal, who is the daughter of billionaire American investor father Robert Miller, claims royal life can be a minefield – and one that she’ll need support and guidance adjusting to.
“She is lucky to have a modern and sensitive man at her side,” Marie-Chantal told the publication.
“Harry will be there to guide her.”
Reports claimed Meghan has already fallen victim to protocol faux pas.
The Duchess was seen quickly adjusting herself during an event at Buckingham Palace when she was sitting next to her husband and the Queen earlier this week.
Expected to sit with a “Duchess Slant” with her legs off to the side, Meghan accidentally crossed her legs – a big no-no when it comes to public appearance, according to reports.
And during her Royal Ascot debut, Meghan is said to have gone against royal protocol by momentarily turning her back on Her Majesty to chat to her new hubby.
It wasn’t the only rule she broke while at the races, she also decided to leave off the all important name tag.
Meghan and Harry will attend “Your Commonwealth” Youth Challenge Reception on July 5.
Harry was bestowed the honour of Commonwealth Youth Ambassador in April by the Queen and at the time he said: “Meghan, will be joining me in this work, which she too is hugely excited to take part in.”