Just like that; as if she were a dirty commoner like the rest of us, rather than a newly-minted member of the British Royal Family.
Meghan Markle amazed fans after shutting her auto door, after arriving at her first solo engagement last night.
A woman has closed her own vehicle door - making headlines globally.
Within hours, global media outlets shrieked that Meghan had "broken royal protocol" by taking door-closing duties into her own pristine hands. This time is no different.
Meanwhile, The Sun's royal correspondent Emily Andrews tweeted: "A princess who still takes the time to shut her auto door".
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Is Meghan closing her own auto door really worth this reaction?
"Whether she thought long and hard about it before it happened, I doubt it, I suspect it was force of habit, but it is interesting to see that many have noticed as usually dignitaries have a member of staff to do this for them".
He said this was for security reasons rather than "airs and graces".
She went on to add that Meghan and Samantha - who wasn't invited to the wedding - have never been close, and probably never will be.
They, however, soon found themselves on the receiving end of some comments from other royal experts - real ones, this time - who pointed out that they had got their facts wrong.