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New Book Claims Queen Elizabeth Gave Meghan Markle A 'Master Class' On Royal Etiquette

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By Chris Barilla

As more time passes since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's departure from their official roles as members of the British Royal family, a bevy of new information regarding their tenure in the roles has surfaced, most of which has been propagated by a Royal tell-all book slated to be released that claims to offer an unprecedented look at the inner workings of Markle and the Prince's time in the family. Now, the same book is claiming that upon Markle joining the family she was given a "master class" in Royal etiquette by none other than Queen Elizabeth herself.

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'Finding Freedom,' the highly-revealing forthcoming Royal tell-all by reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand seeks to share a high volume of unprecedented information regarding Markle's tenure in the Royal family. One highly-revealing fact to be shared in the book is how Queen Elizabeth effectively took Markle under her wing once she married Harry and gave her a wide array of information regarding Royal etiquette, something that Markle studied attentively at the time to ensure that her transition into one of the most historic monarchies in the world was seamless.

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"The queen was wonderful, warm and generous towards the new duchess,” Durand wrote, per The Daily Mail'

"She made sure Meghan knew what was going on and made her feel very much at home because it was her first trip," Durand continued to mention to the outlet about how much Markle was cared for by the eldest Royal. Markle was seemingly embraced wholly by the Queen from her first excursion to the island nation after making her relationship with Harry official.

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The author then went on to explain that nothing of the situation was one-sided, as Markle was at the time eager to take in any and all information regarding her new life that the Queen would pass down, and was very appreciative of​ the special attention she received.

"Meghan, an avid learner studying all she could on royal protocol, was often seen carrying binders full of research so she didn’t put a foot wrong," Durand said. "She took her new role incredibly seriously. That day was different though; she was getting a royal master class in training from the queen herself."

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Not everything was easy studying though, as the book went on to elaborate that some of Markle's training involved SAS-level operations to prevent her from becoming a victim of kidnapping or worse while under the Royal spotlight. Markle reportedly received some very harsh death threats following her and Harry's relationship being made public knowledge, and the Royals wanted to ensure that Markle would be trained to handle any and all given situations that she may face in her new life.

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