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Why Queen Elizabeth feels Meghan needs a ‘steadying hand’?

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Meghan Markle has proved herself a respectful royal, while on royal outings and duties. But, there are still some things, she needs to work on. 


And, it’s not we who thinks like this. But, it’s Queen Elizabeth herself. 

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Meghan has her first solo public duty alongside Queen Elizabeth scheduled for June 14. Right now, she is being immersed in just how the Queen, who has more than seven decades of experience conducts an ‘away day’.

On talking to the royal author, Ingrid Seward, he said:-

“Queen Elizabeth knows the potential pitfalls of not giving the new members of the family a guiding hand. Actually, it’s all about the monarchy. She can’t expect the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan to know everything without it being shown”.

“Her Majesty obviously doesn’t want 70 years of her hard work to be for nothing. I’m pretty sure she feels Meghan needs a steadying hand in these early days of her life as a royal”.



Queen Elizabeth and her new granddaughter-in-law will be going to a royal outing together.

It will be held in Cheshire. It is about 200 miles northwest of London, via the royal train for the joint engagement. To the topic of the event, Mr Seward added:-

“It is the way of the royal family. It’s all part of the training and getting used to being in public life and under public scrutiny at the same time. Showing people the ropes is a high priority for Her Majesty”.

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“This initiative must have come from the Queen itself. After all, It’s not something the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have asked for. It’s a pretty exciting move though”.

“Perhaps, only now do we actually realise that it has been one of Queen Elizabeth’s skills to modernise the monarchy. And, that too, without appearing overtly to be doing so and this is the latest sign of it that we have”.

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