The royals could be making Meghan 'feel small' for her mistakes

Ciara Sheppard
Contributor

The Duchess of Sussex’s new family could be making her “feel small”.

That’s according to royal expert, Liz Brewer, who spoke about how the palace is addressing Meghan’s protocol mis-steps.

The Duchess of Sussex with the royal family at the RAF centenary celebrations. (Photo: Rex)

“You will be told if you’ve done something wrong,” Brewer tells Yahoo UK in episode four of ‘The Royal Box’.

“You can be made to feel small.”

Despite having her husband Prince Harry by her side, it’s no doubt been a huge adjustment for Meghan. Photo: Getty

Since marrying into the royal family, the Duchess’ every move has been scrutinised.

The 36-year-old has been the subject of countless reports of broken royal protocol, from the colour of her nail varnish or her public displays of affection with Prince Harry.

Brewer – who gives Ivana Trump etiquette lessons and has met the Queen on numerous occasions – says that as a new royal, “you’re wanting to do things right, you’re wanting to get approval”.

With sister-in-law Kate Middleton never putting a foot wrong, Meghan could be feeling the pressure of the public eye. Photo: Getty

“It can be fairly daunting because you’re worried that you’re going to make a mistake,” she explains.

“It can be quite lonely being a member of the royal family.”

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