AS THE Queen’s official representatives on royal tours, Princes William and Harry and their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, have to ensure they give the best impression possible. That includes getting to grips with the basics of the host country’s language – as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would have done in Pakistan, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Africa. As well as packing a black outfit just in case the Queen passes and emergency blood supplies, royals have to make sure they’re as prepared for their trip abroad as possible. Learning greetings – as well as other vocabulary – in the country’s native language is high on the list as they get ready for a string of engagements where they’ll be required to interact with locals. “The internal palace aids will always be on hand to prepare each royal before an important visit,” explained Myka Meier, an etiquette expert to Reader’s Digest, noting the need to master key greetings in different tongues. “It is the correct protocol to practice the etiquette of the country or culture you are visiting, in order to show respect, so each royal knows how to make the best first impression.”Harry… Read full this story
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