politely declined to take a selfie with a fan during a royal appearance—a clear indication that she’s on board with what appears to be “one of the newer rules” for royals. “It’s not a problem—it’s how it works,” he adds.
Trevor Engelson from 2011 to 2013. There are “old-fashioned traditions…[and] certain things that you ‘don’t do'” with a second wedding, says British etiquette expert Grant Harrold, but these “old-fashioned rules” aren’t necessarily relevant for Harry and Meghan’s big day.
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becoming a British citizen just like any other applicant. This may take some time, but it hasn’t delayed the bride-to-be from getting an early start on her royal role. In late 2017, the Suits star not only started making public appearances with Harry, she also spent Christmas with Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family. This was “huge,” says Harrold, and it’s a clear indication of how certain royal “rules” are becoming more relaxed.