The wedding guests of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle must adhere to some rules during the event, especially when meeting Queen Elizabeth II.
To ensure that the royal wedding will be in order, Prince Harry and Markle send their guests seven pages of "critical leadership." The list also includes the Do's and Dont's when they meet the queen.
According to Express, guests must curtail the monarch and address her as "Her Majesty," rather than "Her Royal Highness." One row has made mistakes to address the queen correctly. However, one should not be worried as this does not amount to breaking the law.
"There are no official legal rules," said Lucy Hume, deputy director at Debrett's for professional etiquette. "Excuse me, if you think you have offended, but do not try to panic and stay calm."
"Apparently we have seen in public by members of the royal family that they are very accustomed to diversity of different situations," Hume continued. "They're always meeting people from different backgrounds and are very used to calming people, and it's unlikely that they would offend you."
The royals are accustomed to meeting different people and being exposed to different scenarios. However, when they wanted to take a selfie with the queen, she advised asking first for permission to show respect for the queen's boundaries.
"That's usually inappropriate," Hume said about a selfie with Her Majesty. "So if you want to take a photo, first ask for their permission, maybe someone else to take a photo, but it's important to respect that person's personal space."
Apart from the above, guests are not allowed to go with photos during the ceremony. "All guests are requested to deliver mobile phones … and all devices used for image capture," it said in the policy.
There is also a planned time for guests to use the bathroom. "Guests are cautioned that there are very limited sanitary facilities at St. George's Chapel, but are available for guests from 9am to 1