'Down to earth' Meghan closes her own auto door


After getting out of the vehicle and shaking hands with one of the hosts, the duchess casually shut the door and went inside, writes People magazine.

Just one more reason Meghan is on track to royally shake things up. She knows how to shut a auto door all by herself.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, caused a stir among netizens recently when she opted to close her auto door herself, with some pointing out that it's not in line with protocol.

She then shook hands with one of her hosts before shutting the auto door behind her.

Her attendance at the event comes just days after her first solo initiative as a royal, when she lent her support to the launch of a charity cookbook aimed at helping a community project formed following London's Grenfell Tower fire disaster a year ago in which 71 people died.

"He was the one who was always there for her. Fake waves and smiles can stop".

While there are undoubtedly guidelines royals are expected to adhere to in public - refraining from voicing their political opinions, for instance - it seems the royal-adoring public is, well, inventing a lot of them.

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While such a subtle act of closing a vehicle door by a 37-year-old may not seem like a big deal for us simpletons, but it is for the Royal Family. The Suits actress worked with UN Women and advocated for girls around the world through her contributions to World Vision Canada.

She is admired for her poise, her warmth and her elegant fashion style. Some even wondered if she had actually undergone vocal coaching to sound more like a Brit.

"Fans gushed that the "door closing" moment showed that Meghan was "humble" and "down to earth"...'just like the rest of us".

As Private Eye would say, pass the sickbag.

Many Twitter users praised Meghan for being "down to earth", with one revealing they'd never seen a member of the royal family shut their own auto door before. I find it's easier to be modern when wearing a £2500 Givenchy dress and channelling Audrey Hepburn, although it's not a look I plan to emulate on the London Underground any time soon.

No doubt, many people would have done the same!