The work ethic of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry apparently impressed the matriarch of the British royal family, Queen Elizabeth II.
The royal couple recently completed a working trip to Morocco, where they spent three days with a busy schedule including a visit to Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, and his sisters, Princess Lalla Hasna and Princess Lalla Meryem. , who had young entrepreneurs and visit the Royal Equestrian Club to meet horses working with disabled children, among other activities.
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Despite the fact that Markle is nearing the end of her pregnancy (she is supposed to be pregnant by April), the actress who became royal did not let her baby grow slower.
After about a week, Markle went to New York to take a baby shower and then returned to London, before taking a plane to Morocco, for the trip "at the request of His Majesty's Government" . Kensington Palace said ahead of the event.
All the activities – as well as Markle's apparent stamina – impressed the Queen so much that she can give them a rare honor: a thank you note.
"The queen is amazed by the energy and stamina of the duchess, while she is very pregnant," said a royal source at Vanity Fair. "For the queen and her generation, you have generally hidden your lump and lifted the foot at this stage of pregnancy, but Meghan did not stop."
As a result, "it may well be that a letter is waiting for the Duke and Duchess upon their return," the source added. "She respects hard work and loyalty first and foremost."
The publication also said that courtiers working alongside the royal couple also took note of Markle's hard work, saying that she would have "some serious stamina".
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"Her work ethic is pretty impressive, she really does not stop," the source told Vanity Fair.
Although a simple thank you letter from the Queen is apparently a simple gesture, she does not normally praise or congratulate her family for what she sees as a "royal duty," the magazine reported.