10 royal protocol rules Prince Harry and Meghan Markle no longer have to follow.

Slide 1 of 11: 
  There are 
    certain rules every working member of the royal family is
    expected to follow. 

  Now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 
    have resigned, there is plenty of protocol they no longer
    have to abide by, like not being allowed to hug fans or sign
    autographs.

  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were previously expected to
  follow the Queen's 
    "never complain, never explain" mantra, and all of their
    communication with the public was monitored by Buckingham
    Palace.

  They broke this rule when they published a personal message
  announcing their departure from their senior roles, which was
  reportedly posted on Instagram 
    without the consent of the palace.

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  • There are certain rules every working member of the royal family is expected to follow.
  • Now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have resigned, there is plenty of protocol they no longer have to abide by, like not being allowed to hug fans or sign autographs.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were previously expected to follow the Queen’s “never complain, never explain” mantra, and all of their communication with the public was monitored by Buckingham Palace.
  • They broke this rule when they published a personal message announcing their departure from their senior roles, which was reportedly posted on Instagram without the consent of the palace.

Slide 2 of 11: 
  Grant Harrold, etiquette expert and former butler to Prince
  Charles, 
  previously told Insider that it is frowned upon for the
  royals to physically touch their fans. 

  "As well as an etiquette rule, it poses a major security risk if
  someone is able to get so close that they are able to touch
  members of the royal family," he said.

  Although that hasn't stopped Harry and Markle from hugging (and
  in the duchess' case, kissing) their fans in the past, this has
  usually been reserved for younger children who they meet on royal
  walkabouts.

Slide 11 of 11: 
  Prince Harry's royal wardrobe consists of the same $170 J-Crew
  blazer that 
  he's been spotted in time and time again, or for black-tie
  occasions, he'll opt for a suit and maybe even a hat. 

  Like Markle, though, Harry now won't be attending these events
  and therefore has no reason to keep up with strict royal dress
  codes.

  Read more:

  Prince Harry wears the same $170 J Crew blazer time and time
  again, and a tailor says there's a good reason why

  Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding souvenirs have been
  removed from the royal website

  How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's split from the royal family
  has shifted the dynamic of the 'Fab Four'

 

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2 Responses to 10 royal protocol rules Prince Harry and Meghan Markle no longer have to follow.

  1. roijoyeux says:

    I understand why they left now, thank you Guy !!

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