Meghan Markle’s first royal tour promises to be very intensive, Daily Mail reports. Prior to plunging into Australia trip, the Duchess should be instructed, and Palace assistants help her with what to wear all the way to important topics to speak about.
Duchess Meghan will have help to ensure she is fully prepared for her Australian tour in October. Kensington Palace confirmed the tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand would focus on youth leadership, and environmental and conservation efforts.
“The Tour will also focus on the recovery and rehabilitation of servicemen and women through @InvictusSydney 2018,” said a subsequent tweet.
Prior to setting foot on Aussie soil, the Duchess of Sussex is in intense royal training. The 37-year-old is apparently preparing for her first major overseas trip by learning everything there is to know about royal protocol.
So far, Meghan did several mistakes during her royal engagements, Ms Markle continues to make headlines all over the world by flouting traditional royal ‘rules’ while out on official engagements, according to Myka Meier of Beaumont Etiquette.
“In order to show respect to the people she is meeting, she will be briefed ahead of each event on the Senior people she will be meeting and how to greet and address them, solely in order to show respect,”
Ms Meier said.
For her trip to Sydney, Meghan will be seen wearing Aussie designers when she lands in Australia. Prince Harry’s wife has currently being schooled on how to meet dignitaries and the customs of the countries she’s about to visit.
Prince Harry and his wife are due to touch down in Sydney in Sydney on October 16th, before flying to Dubbo on the 17th and Melbourne on the 18th. They’ll be back in Sydney from the 19th until the 21st of October, before flying to Fraser Island on the 22nd, and back to Sydney until the 27th.