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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle banned from dinners because of too much PDA?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle banned from dinners because of too much PDA?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't receiving invitations to dinner parties from their friends just as much because of their "PDA" and several other reasons, news agency ANI reports citing foreign media. To begin with, Meghan isn't okay with rules and party etiquettes as they are "exclusive" and "traditional" and breaks them on purpose, Fox News reports.

Moreover, Meghan and Prince Harry prefer sitting together at events on every occasion as per The Mail on Sunday. So much so that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wouldn't oblige the host if asked to sit separately, Fox News states.

Insiders, ANI reports, also claim that Meghan is "openly affectionate" with Prince Harry at the gatherings. Friends "roll their eyes" at her "American ways," the report said. His "inner circle has stopped inviting her to dinner over the frowned upon PDAs at the dinner table," ANI states.

Guests, actually, are asked to follow three rules of "placement" during the high-society gatherings that the Royal couple attend. "Placement" must be pronounced the French way by emphasising each of the three syllables - this is the first rule.

So that "affectionate behaviour" doesn't irk other guests, couples are asked to sit separately. To "achieve the perfect, balanced high society table," guests should sit wherever they are asked to. ANI, however, also reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken rules previously as well.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in 2018 and their first child, son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, was born in May.

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