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Meghan Markle: this new British tic that amuses her American friends

Meghan Markle is back in the United States after living in the United Kingdom for two years. Since she sees her American friends regularly, they realized that she had taken on the English accent, as reported by the Mirror. When the Duchess of Sussex says certain words, her friends have the impression of being in front of a real little English girl. The Duchess of Sussex’s vocabulary is said to have changed dramatically following her two years with the Royal Family. By distancing himself from their royal duties, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have also decided to leave England to settle first in Canada, then permanently in Los Angeles, with their son Archie. But the former actress not only kept the English accent, she also took distinctly British expressions with her. A situation that greatly amuses his friends.

“Meghan was the all-American girl before she met Harry, but since living in the UK she has adopted certain phrases. Her friends find it fun to listen to an American celebrity use Britishisms. ‘often hears’ Oh my darling’ “to the staff who work for her,” said a relative of the couple.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry take their marks in their new life

In early July 2020, the Sussexes quietly moved into their own home in Montecito, Santa Barbara. According to the people who have already crossed the lovers, they would have acclimated very well to the lifestyle of this community. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s new home features no less than nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a children’s play area and a swimming pool. Enough to raise their little Archie in very good conditions.

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