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From curtsying to Queen Elizabeth to calling her "Your Majesty," U.S. actress Meghan Markle will have to learn her royal lines when she marries Prince Harry and joins the ranks of the British monarchy.While many antiquated protocols have fallen by the wayside, there is still some etiquette Markle will be expected to follow after her wedding to the queen's grandson on May 19 .As such, until Markle marries Harry and assumes the style, "Her Royal Highness," she should, strictly speaking, curtsy to all the other royals with such a title, such as Kate, the wife of Harry's elder brother Prince William.Strict protocol also dictates that she should walk backward from the queen in her presence, although Harrold says you would not see this in public. One convention that Markle will particularly have to be aware of that the British royals are expected to steer clear of making any overtly political statements in public.Harrold said her future husband Harry and the other royals would help to steer Markle through any minefields.
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