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No, Queen didn’t ignore Meghan Markle at event – but what actually happened is very telling

Meghan Markle had an awkward moment during their first outing together, but what does it actually mean?

With cameras on them during every single second of personal events and engagements, it’s hardly surprising that video clips and photos sometimes catch members of the Royal Family’s less-than-perfect moments.

While the slips, stuck shoes, wardrobe malfunctions and kids tantrums mostly just remind us that they are actually real people, some sometimes believe there might be more too them. 

Just this week fans thought they spotted Prince Harry ignoring Meghan Markle at a baseball game earlier this week.

But a look back at the Duchess’s first official engagement with the Queen last year shows another very, very awkward moment many missed at the time.

 

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