Prince Harry has reportedly been teaching Meghan Markle how to behave like a royal.
The loved-up couple have been dating since mid-2016 and as rumours of a proposal continue to swirl, it's been claimed that the flame-haired Prince has been mentoring his girlfriend about the demands of being royalty.
British writer Katie Nicholl told the New York Post newspaper: "He knows how daunting this will be for Meghan and he's keen for her to be relaxed in the company of senior royals."
Meghan, 36, has already met with Queen Elizabeth and, according to Katie, he offered her advice on how she should address the British Monarch.
She said: "Harry will have made sure Meghan knew how to address the queen and how to behave in her presence.
"He calls her 'Granny,' but after Meghan had curtsied and called her 'Your Majesty,' she would have reverted to 'ma'am.' It seems strange to mere mortals, but it is how [Princess] Kate addresses her."
Despite this, Ingrid Seward, the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, has warned that Meghan - who was previously married to American film producer Trevor Engelson from 2011 until 2013 - could struggle to make the adjustment.
Reflecting on the challenges potentially facing Meghan as a royal, Ingrid explained: "She will always have to remember, in public at least, that she is royalty and certain behaviours are expected.
"It's going to be difficult for her because she is an independent career woman who [won't] really like being told what to do."