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The Duchess of Sussex is sitting on the floor while visiting the charity mothers2mothers (m2m) in Cape Town, South Africa on Wednesday

Queen will delight & # 39; delight & # 39; have been through the success of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry during their & # 39; uniquely informal & # 39; and & # 39; brilliant unorthodox & # 39; Africa tour, claims a royal expert

  • Meghan and Harry have been unusually informal for royals during their trip to Africa
  • Given cuddling and dancing, Meghan decided not to wear her engagement ring
  • The queen will delight & # 39; are due to the success of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
  • Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams says reaction to couple & # 39; exciting & # 39; has been
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From cuddling and dancing to publicly showing their affection for each other, the royal tour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has so far been & # 39; uniquely informal & # 39; – and the queen is delighted & # 39;

The Duke, 35 and Duchess of Sussex, 38, have ignored the traditional protocol and offered a & # 39; brilliant unorthodox & # 39; approach during their 10-day trip to Africa, according to a royal expert.

Speak to the to express, Richard Fitzwilliams said: “The way Meghan and Harry have handled their tour in South Africa so far has been uniquely informal, from cuddling and dancing to Meghan not wearing her engagement ring.

The Duchess of Sussex is sitting on the floor while visiting the charity mothers2mothers (m2m) in Cape Town, South Africa on Wednesday

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The Duchess of Sussex is sitting on the floor while visiting the charity mothers2mothers (m2m) in Cape Town, South Africa on Wednesday

Prince Harry is greeted by Tlotlo Moilwa during a visit to the Kasane Health Post, run by the Sentebale charity, in Kasane, Botswana

Prince Harry is greeted by Tlotlo Moilwa during a visit to the Kasane Health Post, run by the Sentebale charity, in Kasane, Botswana

The Duke, 35 and Duchess of Sussex, 38, have ignored the protocol and offered a & # 39; brilliant unorthodox & # 39; approach during their 10-day trip to Africa, according to a royal expert

The Duke, 35 and Duchess of Sussex, 38, have ignored the protocol and offered a & # 39; brilliant unorthodox & # 39; approach during their 10-day trip to Africa, according to a royal expert

Prince Harry is greeted by Tlotlo Moilwa during a visit to the Kasane Health Post, run by the Sentebale charity, in Kasane, Botswana

& # 39; This is unusual for a royal tour, but the Sussexes have already shown that they do things their way. & # 39;

Mr. Fitzwilliams praised Meghan's speech in which she told the disadvantaged community of Nyanga in Cape Town that she spoke to them as & # 39; a woman of color and your sister & # 39 ;, and said it was an & # 39; exciting response & # 39; had.

& # 39; Their main attraction is clearly on young people and it is brilliantly unorthodox & # 39 ;, he added. & # 39; I am sure the Queen, who cares so much about her beloved Commonwealth, will be happy with their successes. & # 39;

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The public response to the couple's tour was largely reminiscent of the time around their wedding, when their romance and non-conformity was celebrated.

But prior to the tour, the Sussexes suffered great popularity.

From cuddling and dancing, to showing affection for each other, the royal tour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has so far been & # 39; uniquely informal & # 39; - and the queen (photo) is expected to be happy with this, according to Mr. Fitzwilliams

From cuddling and dancing, to showing affection for each other, the royal tour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has so far been & # 39; uniquely informal & # 39; - and the queen (photo) is expected to be happy with this, according to Mr. Fitzwilliams

From cuddling and dancing, to showing affection for each other, the royal tour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has so far been & # 39; uniquely informal & # 39; – and the queen (photo) is expected to be happy with this, according to Mr. Fitzwilliams

It followed privacy requirements, the couple refusing to name their son's godparents Archie, and deliberate extravagance, including a £ 2.5 million renovation of Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

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The duke and duchess were also confronted with accusations of hypocrisy, when they enjoyed no less than three generous breaks abroad by a private jet after preaching to the world about climate change.

Before Team Sussex left for Africa, a royal insider said: & It is pretty clear to everyone that there can be no ifs, no buts, it should go well for them.

& # 39; All Royal tours are traditionally fantastic opportunities to generate positive publicity, but this is really important. & # 39;

Have a great time! Meghan beamed while she danced with local girls in Nyanga on Monday

Have a great time! Meghan beamed while she danced with local girls in Nyanga on Monday

Meghan chuckles while being made to dance with local entertainers

Meghan chuckles while being made to dance with local entertainers

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Have a great time! Meghan beamed while she danced with local girls on Monday in Nyanga, Cape Town

Participate in the fun! Harry also got a dance with a local woman because the couple made quite an impression on the Nyanga community

Participate in the fun! Harry also got a dance with a local woman because the couple made quite an impression on the Nyanga community

Participate in the fun! Harry also got a dance with a local woman because the couple made quite an impression on the Nyanga community

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