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Meghan Markle Breaks Royal Tradition By Hugging Charity Worker

Meghan Markle Breaks Royal Tradition By Hugging Charity Worker

Meanwhile, CNN's Victoria Arbiter says Meghan didn't necessarily break royal protocol, but that "yes, she is doing things slightly differently".

LeBron James standing with his arm around Kate Middleton was very awkward.

They plan to meet members of the public and with various organizations involved in community work. Although Prince Charles looks more likely to succeed Her Majesty the Queen, the future of the Family clearly lies in Princes William and Harry and their actions and decisions will shape its future.

However, that hasn't stopped moments like Michelle Obama placing her hand on the Queen's back, making headlines around the globe.

Or that time he not only hugged, but also cheek-pecked MICHELLE OBAMA!

They have no qualms about hugging children, but adults not so much. She said that she was really nervous to give that speech and that it meant a lot to her that it had inspired me to continue going with something like Social Bite. "But I was faaaaaar from showing [myself] self love", she wrote in 2015, via People, referring to fellow actresses on the show.

WATCH: This adorable pint-sized pony nearly chewed Prince Harry's fingers off
Meghan Markle Breaks Royal Tradition By Hugging Charity Worker

Meghan, who is due to marry Prince Harry in May, has already proven she'll be less of a traditional royal.

Edinburgh College student Ciara MacDonald also recalled how the 36-year-old actress looked close to tears at one point, telling the USA publication: 'They just looked speechless.

They met members of the public during a walkabout in the Scottish capital on the eve of Valentine's Day.

Harry, 33, and Meghan's trip to Edinburgh marked the pair's first royal visit to Scotland as a couple, and comes as their fourth overall royal trip together following visits to Nottingham, Brixton in south London, and Cardiff.

"They were protecting me from myself".

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