The Meghan Markle British Accent Uproar Needs to Chill

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For the event, Meghan wore a bright yellow dress by Brandon Maxwell.

A source told ET last month that Markle is excited about her new Duchess role, and has been "anxious" to "jump in" and learn as much as possible about British life ever since she Wednesday Prince Harry.

A video making the rounds on social media appears to show Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, losing her American accent and adopting a British one. It's also worth pointing out that she technically has more of a Canadian accent anyway at this point, having lived in Toronto filming Suits for so long, and that's practically British accent adjacent...right? Her makeup was understated, and her hair worn in a low bun.

"We all had a great day, I think", she said, sounding much less like a California girl and more Sloane Ranger. Camilla, Charles, and of course, her grandmother-in-law the Queen. The cards come in envelopes embossed with the official Kensington Palace logo, but sadly there's no confirmation as to whether the couple used their own Royal Mail stamps commemorating their wedding May 19.


It's been widely reported that Meghan Markle has undergone training to learn everything she can to be a proper member of the British royal family.

Her Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy wedding gown was stunning.

While chatting with a few fans during a royal outing with the Queen, people could not help but notice the former actress sounded quite different. But the 36-year-old has hung up her pantsuits and knee-high boots, trading them in for blush pink dresses and simple pumps.

Meghan Markle's wardrobe is basically a sport for those of us to love to see the Duchess out and about.


"It is the first visit they will have made overseas since they got married and even though they haven't officially visited Ireland before, I think they are going to be extremely welcome and I look forward to welcoming them".

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Since 2017 she has been living in the United Kingdom full-time, with many people saying her accent change was inevitable.


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