Meghan Markle Will Have To Curtsy To Kate Middleton When She’s Queen!

Meghan Markle Will Have To Curtsy Kate Middleton
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Dec. 14 2018, Updated 2:56 p.m. ET

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Meghan Markle may be the hot royal of the moment, but when frenemy Kate Middleton is Queen, she will have to bow down like a commoner!

In a new ITV documentary, royal biographer Andrew Morton says the former Suits actress “will always be just a junior member” of the royal family, which is why she will have to curtsy to the Duchess of Cambridge when she rises through the ranks. Of course, that will only happen when Queen Elizabeth II passes away.

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"Kate has established herself as the future Queen,” adds Morton. "At the end of the day, Meghan will be curtsying to Catherine.”

RadarOnline.com readers know that before becoming a royal diva, Meghan, 37, was an up-and-coming Hollywood star. But ever since she married Prince Harry this May, her life has wildly changed. She is now expecting their first child together, and though she seems to be loving her new role, palace insiders have said she is not well-liked by some family members — especially Kate, 36.

Sources told U.K. reporters that the Duchesses have very different personalities and Kate believed Meghan to be “difficult” and “downright rude” at times. It is allegedly this animosity what led Meghan and Harry, 34, to decide to move out of Kensington Palace and break court with Kate and Prince William!

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