"Meghan was probably not aware of this and the royal household may have forgotten to brief The Duchess of Sussex in this nuance", said etiquette expert William Hanson.
With the Queen's comfort of utmost importance, the train operator even ensures the train doesn't go over any bumps in the track around 7.30am, to avoid the Queen's bath water splashing out. She's got a lovely childlike smile and her little hands were formed into fists at one point.
Ingraham told the Daily Mail: "It appears that the man on Meghan's right is the cause of her fidgetiness".
At the annual Trooping the Colour celebration on June 9, which is held in honor of the Queen's birthday, Markle made her official debut on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
And Meghan was all smiles as she took in the historic annual event.
"The Queen would have been a relaxing factor in terms of her body language". Mrs Briscoe, said: "I was actually stunned by how lovely she is in the flesh. The couple shared so much during the wedding and now is the time for them to enjoy some privacy".
'It may not have quite the same romantic images as when Queen Victoria rolled in majestic style from Windsor to Balmoral, insisting that the driver never exceeded 30 miles an hour, but there remains some of the glamour of bygone days'. The impression of spontaneity and warmth'.
The Queen has been on the throne for 66 years and has conducted tens of thousands of public engagements, shaking hundreds of thousands of hands along the way.
And in another sign of her growing friendship with the Queen, Harry's wife sported a pair of delicate pearl earrings, given to her by the monarch as a gift.
The new duchess and the Queen were greeted with a view of the new £1.86bn Mersey Gateway bridge, which was officially opened by the Queen.
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