Meghan Markle at Ascot: How did Meghan break the rules? Why did she not wear a name tag?

If you’re new, Subscribe! → Ascot Racecourse is steeped in Royal history, first founded by Queen Anne in 1711, with the first race in her honour held on August 11, 1711. The Royal Ascot is an annual five-day horse-racing event attended by Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family. Each day the Royal Family arrive in horse-drawn carriages, beginning the races on all five days with a Royal procession. This year’s Royal Ascot began Tuesday, June 19, with races every day until Saturday, June 23. Meghan Markle made her debut at the races yesterday, her first Royal Ascot as a member of the Royal Family. Also in attendance were Her Majesty the Queen, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and Princesses Beatrice and Eu

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