Anyone who was excited having Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as neighbors will probably be dismayed when they find out they are forbidden from talking to them.
An official of Buckingham palace has put out a list of rules which the neighbors have to live by when it comes to the royals.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently moved homes to Frogmore Cottage which is located in the Queen’s Windsor Estate and with the move comes a set of rules for the neighbors.
You can see the list below
- Don’t approach or instigate conversation if you see the Royal couple
- Do say ‘Good Morning’ or some other pleasantry if they speak to you
- Don’t pet or stroke their dogs, even if they come over to you
- Don’t offer to walk their dogs
- Don’t ask to see baby Archie or offer to babysit
- Don’t post anything through the letterbox of Frogmore Cottage
According to ITV, these guidelines weren’t instigated by Prince Harry or Meghan Markle and a Palace spokesperson said: “The Duke and Duchess didn’t request this, didn’t know about it, and had nothing to do with the content or guidance offered,”
The spokesperson also said that these ‘Guidelines’ was to help the people of the community if they are to encounter the royal couple, “this was a well-intentioned briefing to help a small local community know how to welcome two new residents and help them with any potential encounter.”
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle was yesterday announced to be the Guest Editor for the September issue of British Vogue.
The magazine which will be using the September issue to celebrate women in general has had Meghan Markle curating content for the issue alongside the Editor-In-Chief.
The cover had a diverse cast with the likes of Yara Shadidi and Salma Hayek featured.
In a statement on their social media, the Sussex Royals Announced the move saying:
We are proud to announce that Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex is the Guest Editor for the September issue of @BritishVogue. For the past seven months, The Duchess has curated the content with British Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful to create an issue that highlights the power of the collective. They have named the issue: “Forces for Change”
For the cover, The Duchess chose a diverse selection of women from all walks of life, each driving impact and raising the bar for equality, kindness, justice and open mindedness. The sixteenth space on the cover, a mirror, was included so that when you hold the issue in your hands, you see yourself as part of this collective.