11 Things Meghan Markle Can't Do Now That She's A Member Of The Royal Family.
According to the Royal protocol, Markle is going to have to be very careful when she gets a manicure.
Polishing and buffing her nails is totally cool with the monarchy, but the rules state that she can only paint her nails a baby pink color or put nothing at all. So, any bold nail polish she might have been fond off in the past, will have to go to charity.
Short hemlines are officially a banned fashion trend for the newly appointed Duchess of Sussex.
Short shorts, short dresses, or anything else that the Royal Family considers too revealing is forbidden. In fact, you might have noticed that her fashion style has started looking a lot more conservative ever since she initially got engaged to Prince Harry.
The Queen has many rules when it comes to fashion, and one of them involves bare legs.
During Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement photoshoot in November, many believed that Markle wasn't adhering to the royal dress code by baring her legs. This is definitely something she can't do now that she's a duchess.
Markle won't be able to eat shellfish, especially when she's traveling in a foreign country.
The risk of getting ill increases when someone eats shellfish and the Royal Family doesn't want anyone taking that risk, so if Markle ever had a thing for lobsters, she's simply going to have to get over those cravings.
As a US citizen, Markle had the right to vote, but as a Royal, she can't participate in British elections.
Undoubtedly, Markle will officially become a British citizen, but this won't give her the power to vote. But it's not because she's a foreigner. The Royal family prefers to stay neutral when it comes to political matters.
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