Duchess Meghan Markle slams royal pride… err just a car door

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Then again, the human is no regular Joe or Jane: we're talking about Megan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, the former "Suits" actress who became the latest member of the British Royal family after marrying Prince Harry.

Another wrote: "I give up on this world when people are congratulating a person shutting a auto door on their own".

Meanwhile, Markle made her first solo royal appearance after getting married to Prince Harry, for the inauguration of the new Oceania art exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts in London on Tuesday.

The Duchess stepped out of her vehicle and greeted a member of staff, before shutting her own auto door.

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"A queen." Others, like this Twitter user, were less impressed: "people are losing their s-- over Meghan Markle closing a door...wonder what happens when they find out she s--s".

In new clip, Twitter users felt that Meghan was "losing" her American accent.

Making her arrival, Meghan is seen getting out of the vehicle having had the door opened for her.

Meghan Markle apparently shocked onlookers when she closed her own vehicle door after arriving at the Royal Academy of Art in London on Tuesday. This will be their first official trip to the region for which they hold the title of Duke and Duchess. Is there anything Meghan Markle can not do?

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"While Meghan is taking time to adjust to her role she is also making important statements in the activities she is pursuing".

Some praised Markle for her "humble" attitude.

"While there isn't a royal protocol on how to get in and out of a auto, it's important for a woman to protect her modesty, especially when wearing a skirt or dress", Meier said.

Seeing this was becoming a real cause for concern on social media, several national news outlets picked up on the story - with some of the UK's biggest news organisations such as the BBC, The Independent and more publishing stories about the move.

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Meghan said: "I knew that it would be a fun surprise as well for my now husband, who didn't know, and he was really over the moon to find out that I would make this choice for our day together".