Instagram account @loopycrown3, which belongs to a devout royal fan, shows a host of other royal replies.
"We spotted this lovely, woman with a familiar air outside the entrance to the private residence where Harry & Meghan live", she wrote alongside the snap. A new documentary about Her Majesty the Queen will be aired later this month, and one particular scene that will be very exciting to watch is the moment the Duchess of Sussex is reunited with her Givenchy wedding dress. When she wasn't sporting her usual off-white manicure, Diana was often seen with bright, neon red nails, from when she went on her official tour of Argentina in 1995 to when she attended an event for VJ day with her son, Prince Harry, that same year.
Recently, Meghan Markle and her husband Harry revealed what they thought was the most hard part of being part of the Royal Family. But since announcing her engagement to the British royal a year ago and their wedding in May, she has moved full-time to the United Kingdom where she is trying to forge genuine connections of her own.
"You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have and you've only been here two weeks!"
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"Have you bumped into the Queen yet?" But Diana's eyeliner wasn't the only way she broke royal beauty tradition.
He added: "When she asked me in December I knew I was going to be in Paris for Dior in March so I was like, "I'm going to get the train in and we can do your make-up test then and then we'll catch up".
Harry made the surprisingly relatable admission on a new two-part ITV series called Queen Of The World, which delves into detail about her role as head of the Commonwealth.
The first part of Queen Of The World will be screened on September 25, at 9.15pm on ITV.
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