"DUCHESS CLOSES DOOR: The Duchess of Sussex #MeghanMarkle closed her door against royal protocol", one more user added. And while she does George which this year went to the second class, Charlotte and Louis, who was not yet six months.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is welcomed with a traditional Maori greeting of rubbing noses known as a "hongi" as she opens "Oceania" at Royal Academy of Arts on September 25, 2018 in London, England.
Fans said the video had "far too much Meghan" and "not enough Queen".
Last week Markle also parted with protocol by closing her own vehicle door at the launch of a charity cookbook. Since she married Prince Harry on May 19, the words "break" and "protocol" have been hurled at Meghan countless times, applied to everything from her outfit choices to her hair styling.
"In an article about Markle's move to close her own auto doors, People magazine reported", Markle, who identifies herself as a feminist on the Kensington Palace website, has always been a proponent of gender equality.
The Duchess of Sussex visited the Royal Academy of Arts, where on display are some 200 works. During the event, Meghan also delivered a speech in front of attendees about the cookbook and what it means to her.
The BBC summarised the mood of the nation in its own headline: "Meghan closes a vehicle door and some people can't handle it". "Well done Meghan!" The Sun's royal corresponded Emily Andrews tweeted.
The move is a subtle break in protocol for a royal but it's not the first time she has closed a auto door. "I'm only sorry that my wife Catherine is not able to join me; she is immensely jealous".
The 37-year-old duchess is now preoccupied assisting her mother in finding a home for her in the United Kingdom so that she would have a place to call her own when she has long visits to England.