Meghan Markle is a few months away from becoming real when she marries Prince Harry, but there is a complicated etiquette system when it comes to the royal family that she will have to master.
Of course, the American actress will have to attend, a British sign of respect that is made when greeting, for Queen Elizabeth, but what other members of the family will make her take a dip?
Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, tells PEOPLE the last time the Queen updated the Order of Precedence in the Royal House, which essentially states who should bow to whom, when Kate Middleton married the Prince William in 2012. It is expected to be updated again in Harry's next royal marriage with Meghan in May of 2018.
In addition to Queen Elizabeth, Meier says that Meghan is expected to bow to Prince Philip, the Princes Charles and his wife Camilla Duchess of Cornwall. She will also bow and bow for Prince William and Kate, because of their position on the line for the throne.
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The 36- a year should also bow to the princesses born in the royal family, Princess Anne, the princess Alexandra and the daughters of prince Andrés, the princesses Beatriz and Eugenia. However, if Harry is present, their roles are exchanged and they should bow to Meghan.
Meghan will also have to bow to Sophie, the countess of Wesbad, but it is only when she is physically with her husband, Prince Edward, that she is the third son of the Queen.
The public has not taken a look at the reverence of the old Suits but the gesture is a simple movement in which one leg is placed behind the other before bending the knees and adding a brief bow of the head Although it is a matter of preference when it comes to which foot is left behind, Kate usually puts her left foot behind.
Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II
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The Reverence of the Prince Charlotte
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Even Princess Charlotte has shown to have all this "royal reverence".
While departing from Warsaw, Poland, after a two-day visit with her parents and Prince George, to head to Berlin in July, Charlotte bade farewell to the Polish dignitaries who lined up to see the family. And by the encouragement of her mother, Charlotte bowed (like a professional, we might add!).