And we don’t know how we feel about it.
One of the most talked about aspects of Meghan’s life however is her relationship with her grandmother-in-law, the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth has made a noticeable effort with Meghan, making a lot of exceptions to welcome her into the fold, from inviting her to spend Christmas in Sandringham before she was officially a royal to inviting Meghan to accompany her on her personal train – the royal train – to Cheshire just last week, an honour usually reserved for senior titles. Even Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton are yet to receive the honour.
There was concern when a framed photo of the couple, previously seen in Queen Elizabeth’s audience room, was moved, but royal experts were quick to explain that the Monarch has a tendency of moving her photographs around, assuring the public that the Queen and Meghan are big fans of each other.
In fact, it was recently reported that Meghan may one day be able to refer to the Queen by an affectionate nickname, provided the time is right.
While Meghan will refer to the Queen as ‘You Royal Highness’, ‘Your Majesty’ or ‘Ma’am’ for now, she may one day refer to her as something more personal, ‘Mama’.
Yes, really. Royal expert Ingrid Seward explained to The Sun that Meghan would probably one day call the Queen ‘Mama’, a name that Princess Diana once referred to the Monarch as, but only when she ‘gets to know her as Diana did’.
Seeing as the two are yet to go on their first official tour together, we doubt she’ll go for ‘Mama’ just yet.
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