Meghan Markle praised for curtsying before Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin

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The Duchess of Sussex has been praised for her “elegance” and “grace” during Queen Elizabeth II’s service, especially the moment she cursed in front of the late monarch’s coffin.

On Wednesday, Meghan Markle along with her husband the Duke of Sussex and other members of the royal family joined the Queen’s procession at Westminster Hall.

During the event, Meghan was seen standing with the family as the Queen’s coffin arrived. in a video shared on twitter In which the Duchess is shown in the background, spectators can watch her pass by the coffin and honor her by going in a curse and bowing her head.

In photos from the service, Meghan can also be seen in the midst of cursing while her husband stood beside her with his head bowed.

On Twitter, many fans praised the royal’s curse, as they expressed how “beautiful” and “honourable” the move was.

“Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex executes an innocent curse,” a wrote.

“Meghan’s decency was deepest, so if we’re going away from royal rhetoric, she’s got the most admiration and respect for her,” wrote another.

a third person couple: “Meghan…is the epitome of grace and elegance.”

Other Twitter users noticed Harry and how proud he was to see his wife, with one writing: “Can’t deny [that] was a great arrogant, deep and respectable. Nice touch that she is wearing Rani’s earrings. Harry felt like he was going to cry at any moment.”

Meghan’s gesture was similar to the way Princess Anne paid her respects to her mother in Scotland. When the coffin arrived in Edinburgh on Sunday, the Princess Royal bowed it too Kneel down and bow before him,

During the procession on Wednesday, Meghan used her jewelry to pay tribute to the monarch. She donned a pair of pearl diamond earrings that the Queen had gifted her, first wearing the earrings in 2018 while visiting Storyhouse and Town Hall in Chester with her grandmother.

Meghan also turned heads when she arrived at the service in a separate car from Kate Middleton, who attended the event with Camilla, the Queen’s consort. Duchess Sophie, 41, rode with the Countess of Wessex.

The royal and her husband are expected to remain in the UK until after the Queen’s funeral on 19 September, which will be a bank holiday. Since stepping down from their royal duties in 2020, Meghan and Harry have been living at their home in California, raising their three-year-old son, Archie, and one-year-old daughter, Lilibet.

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