Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out to attend the premiere on Sunday.
Speaking on Capital FM and later This Morning, the hilarious duo confessed they did not know if they were supposed to follow royal protocol because they are not from the United Kingdom as they questioned whether or not to call the couple "Your Royal Highness".
The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry met a number of celebrities on Sunday night during their appearance at The Lion King premiere in London, including Grammy victor Pharrell Williams, who produced numerous songs on the live-action remake's soundtrack. "So happy for your union", Williams is heard saying in the clip. "They would loved to have been here", she said. Queen Bey and the Duchess of Sussex hugged before they bonded over a few things, including baby Archie Harrison.
Take Grande, a candid Twitter user who has amassed a following of more than 64 million people on the platform, surpassing the American president, whose follower count is just under 62 million. "Seriously. We cheer you guys on".
It's true, it can't be easy to sustain a relationship while fielding the media's constant spotlight, which is no doubt the reason Meghan and Harry have prioritized privacy in their personal lives.
"Thank you", Meghan responded to him.
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The Duchess' attendance at the Lion King premiere was her first red carpet appearance as a royal, but she's certainly no stranger to such events.
Meanwhile, last week, reports claimed Meghan had banned people from taking photos of her at Wimbledon. She know and feels the pressure but is standing strong and smiling through it all like the boss she is.
"Meghan may have opted for a scraped back bun to prevent her hair from further damage".
Nicholl told ET that these recent outings are engagements Meghan personally "wanted" to attend, and a surprise to many royal fans who weren't expecting to see her out and about so much during maternity leave.
"She has faced racism, anti-Americanism, class-ism, sexism, every "ism" virtually you can think of and yet she's still going".