Public display of affection in front of grandma is fine, unless she’s the Queen and its an official do
Cosmopolitan: Freshly wed and deeply in love. Definitely the case of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. So much that Meghan Markle can’t hold the display affection.
However, Meghan and Harry stans noticed a moment during the, when Meghan seemed to reach for Harry’s hand, and he straight up avoided her.
Prince Harry and Meghan wanted to hold hands so badly 😩 pic.twitter.com/aEDi5sDBll
— DeMarko Gage (@freakymarko) June 28, 2018
The reason? PDA just isn’t done in front of the Queen. “It is rare to see royal couples holding hands on official outings,” royal etiquette expert People. “While we are much less likely to see The Duke and Duchess holding hands in public, we often see Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall holding hands—it’s all simply a matter of preference for each couple and is also likely dependent on the nature of the event they are attending. A more serious engagement would warrant a more serious level of professionalism, which each royal is sure to follow.”tells
Meanwhile etiquette expert William Hanson tells Daily Mail, “Public displays of affection, such a hand holding, may be accepted in private situations and in social spheres, but when out in public Harry and Meghan are on official business and so it is not considered professional behavior.”