After a lavish wedding ceremony of Royalty Prince Charles and Meghan Markle, the lady is now learning the code of conduct into her new household. For this, Queen Elizabeth II has lent her aide Samantha Cohen to the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, to prepare her for her new royal life.
Cohen, the Queen's assistant private secretary, will give the Duchess lessons to Markle for the next six months, reported People magazine. Cohen has already started helping Markle with protocol and navigating how to address people and manage her new position in the royal world.
Although Markle comes across as someone on top of her new surroundings, understanding the intricacies of the royal life would be baffling for her.
Prince Harry, sixth in line to the British throne, and Markle sealed their wedding vows with a kiss outside Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel earlier this month, cheered on by thousands of delighted crowds.
The newest royal couple made their first appearance in public after marriage when they attended a party at Buckingham Palace to mark the 70th birth anniversary of Harry’s father, Prince Charles.
During the event, more than 6,000 people who were also involved with charities along with Prince Charles were present at the party organized in the vast palace gardens.
(With ANI inputs)