She throws a ball, we rejoice.
WATCH: Here's what Meghan got up to on her first solo royal outing after closing that vehicle door.
This is not an overreaction. This is probably because where most on-duty royals are accustomed to having many mindless tasks performed for them by a squad of staffers, Markle, a newbie to the imperial lifestyle, isn't.
Another wrote: "First time I've seen an on-duty princess shut her own auto door..."
"Samantha is kidding herself if she think there is any possibility of getting together with Meghan, or anyone from the Royal family for that matter".
Royals always have someone from the members of the staff opening and closing the doors for them, and this act by Meghan goes against the Royal protocols.
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The German will have been encouraged by Shaqiri's impact and may feel he can use him in Saturday's trip to Stamford Bridge. He continued: "I like to play in these kinds of stadiums".
It also showed Meghan Markle sharing the story behind her wedding veil, embroidered with 53 intricate flowers, which was a tribute to the 53 Commonwealth countries.
As you might imagine, there are a lot of cynics on Twitter enjoying the "woman closes own auto door" spectacle and weighing in with their own amusing takes. "The work that they did here is just so lovely".
Markle left the series previous year along with Patrick J Adams who was her on-screen love interest.
Earlier this month, William met with representatives from United for Wildlife at the Royal Mail's Worldwide International Logistics Centre at Heathrow Airport, to see the fight against the illegal wildlife trade in action.
During the interview following their engagement, Meghan said: "I've been working on [Suits] for seven years. This is nearly twice the 26 per cent who think she should dedicate herself to Royal duties".
The Duchess, who has the support of a nanny but is very much a hands-on mother, is still on maternity leave but will be back on royal duty on Tuesday when she visits the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington, west London.