Sounds Like Meghan Markle Has Adopted British Accent

Sounds Like Meghan Markle Has Adopted British Accent

Sounds Like Meghan Markle Has Adopted British Accent

For her first royal engagement as the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan's tights were very noticeable beneath her sheer Goat dress.

Voice, speech and dialect coach Patricia Fletcher told HuffPost why someone like the "Suits" star ― or anyone else in her position ― would pick up on the speech patterns of those around her.

"We all had a great day, I think", she said.

A source told ET last month that Markle is excited about her new Duchess role, and has been "anxious" to "jump in" and learn as much as possible about British life ever since she Wednesday Prince Harry.

But according to Twitter users, Meghan's accent had a new hint of British, and is starting to slowly lose her American one.

Meghan Markle may have recently hit headlines after Prince Harry seemingly refused to hold her hand at an event, but the pair were back to looking as loved-up as ever and not caring about royal protocol on Thursday.

Also, if our memory of Sociology 101 is serving us well, perhaps what Meghan is actually doing in this clip is a little something called "mirroring", in which she's adapting her behaviour/manners to match those of the people around her. It seems unauthentic for Meghan Markle to be speaking with a British accent. It is a natural occurrence, so one can not fault her.

Another added: "Unreasonably sad about Meghan Markle adopting an English accent and inflexions".

They disappeared from the public view for a couple of weeks following their marriage at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, leading to speculation they had enjoyed a secret and private honeymoon.

"Garlic is a no-no", she said during an appearance on MasterChef Australia.

As she appeared on Suits, we're all pretty familiar with her American accent.

Hollywood and Broadway dialect coach Joel Goldes explained to TooFab that the "accent" people are hearing can be a change in Meghan's intonation.

Next up, Harry and Meghan will travel to Dublin on July 10 and 11 at the request of Her Majesty's Government.

'I did a very careful listen, paying specific attention to her vowels, a big giveaway with British accents, as well as the intonation.

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