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Queen Elizabeth to set Meghan Markle’s new bedtime rule?


Meghan is now the Duchess of Sussex and the bride of the royal family. In her new role as a royal, she has to adjust to many new rules and etiquette.

Things now for the Duchess of Sussex are not moving smoothly.

Although, Meghan seems to have become close with Queen Elizabeth, attending a number of royal occasions with the reigning monarch recently.

The former American actress, who married Prince Harry on May 19, also stayed at Her Majesty’s residence in Sandringham on the Christmas of 2017.

But now, things for Meghan has changed a lot.

It has been suggested that the Duchess of Sussex, will need to adjust her time when she goes to bed. And why is that? It is to please the royal family, according to an expert.

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Sir William Heseltine, one of Queen Elizabeth’s private secretaries, revealed that no one is to go to bed before Her Majesty. In a candid interview on the television he said: “Nobody feels it right to go to bed before the Queen does when staying with her”.

Though, it’s a rule to be followed by everyone, but there was an exception.

One royal bride broke the rule on several occasions. And it was Prince Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana. Sir William added that Diana found the long evenings to be ‘agony’.

He said: “There’d be an hour or so in the sitting room of everyone sitting around making conversation. And nobody felt it right to go to bed before the Queen did”.

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“And Princess Diana was driven to such extremes that she’d excuse herself and go to bed. It was thought to be rather bad form, going to bed before Queen Elizabeth”.

However, Prince Harry and Meghan won’t need to stay at the Queen’s too often.

That is because, they now have their own stunning country pile. The Duchess of Sussex has been given Adelaide Cottage in Windsor by Her Majesty to live in with her new husband.