Meghan Markle wears gorgeous black dress for her first solo engagement

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"Meghan Markle leaves people in shock as she shuts own CAR DOOR on first solo engagement", the Express reported.

The Duchess was the guest of honour at the opening of the Royal Academy's Oceania exhibition which featured a large work by a collective of Māori artists.

The couple will follow in the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who visited in 2014. And while she does George which this year went to the second class, Charlotte and Louis, who was not yet six months.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex has endeared herself even further to fans after carrying out a very normal task.

"Maybe she will reinvent royal protocol and silly observations about whether she closes her own auto door will fall away", Powell added in the report.

Frustrated social media viewers were quick to vent their views, with one user tweeting: "So far this program is just about Meghan".

It was then that someone opened a vehicle door for Meghan, she stepped out, and then, shut the door herself.

However, as Twitter user WhenMeghanMetHarry pointed out, fellow royal Kate Middleton has definitely shut her own vehicle door before.

Prince Harry and Meghan - the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - are to visit Brighton and Hove next week. Is there anything Meghan Markle can not do?

Kensington Palace released a statement from Meghan two days before her wedding on May 19, which confirmed the news that he would not be present on her big day.

Others think it's more a sign that Markle isn't up to speed on royal protocol, while others - including CNN royal commentator Victoria Arbiter - think it has nothing to do with royal protocol at all.

"I am delighted to be visiting Namibia for the first time".

The move is a subtle break in protocol for a royal but it's not the first time she has closed a auto door.

Then, etiquette expert William Hanson believes this is the Duchess' way of showing the world she aims to breathe new life into the stuffiness that surrounds the Royal family.

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