While making the rounds in Nottingham for her first official charity visit for World AIDS Day alongside her royal hubby-to-be Prince Harry, Meghan Markle made clear she is slowly—but surely—learning the royal ropes.
How so? While greeting hoards of fans, one well-wisher asked to snap a royal selfie with her, to which Markle swiftly (but politely) declined.
OK, so it's not officially a royal no-no to snap selfies, but according to experts, they're frowned upon since they're less personal than a face-to-face interaction and can also be problematic for security reasons. (Think about it: Selfies invite the photo-taker to get pretty close.)
Looks like Meghan isn't messing around when it comes to royal protocol. The Queen would be proud.