Meghan Markle had a specific "turning point" which changed her relationship with the Royal Family, an expert has claimed.
The Sussexes walked away from their royal duties back in 2020.
One expert claims she pinpointed the moment the couple decided to give up with life in The Firm, believing it was one engagement in particular that was a "turning point".
Early into the couple's Africa tour was when that specific moment occurred, according to Christine Ross, the editor of Meghan's Mirror blog.
In September 2019, Prince Harry and Meghan embarked on their "first official tour as a family," they wrote on Instagram at the time.
The trip saw them travel around South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi.
According to the expert, the "turning point" occurred in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Sussexes were stopped a enthusiastic group of performers and began dancing with them – the fun, casual moment became a highlight on the tour.
Speaking on the Mirror's royal podcast Pod Save the Queen, Christine said: "She (Meghan) was dancing with the children and it was such a stark contrast to some of the events we had seen before her pregnancy.
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"She's in this very affordable dress, she's in affordable wedges, her hair is in a ponytail, she's dancing with children.
"We didn't know then what we know now but I think that moment and that look was a turning point in their roles, in that they weren't going to be these high glamour royals any more.
"They wanted to be more down to earth, with the people, dancing with the children, getting out with the crowds."
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Meghan was sporting a £69 black and white wrap dress by Maymiko, a sustainable Malawi brand, during the visit to an organisation that promotes female empowerment in Cape Town.
Christine said: "I love that wrap dress because it's not a royal colour. Meghan does wear bright colours but her signature style and her personal style is more monotonatic – its black, it's white, it's grey, it's deep navy.
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"This was still her signature colour pallet – she looked so incredibly beautiful, she was still showing a very normal post-postum body which so many women around the world appreciated and that outfit to me, especially as it marked the beginning of the tour, was a turning point with her relationship with her role as a duchess."
In other news, Meghan Markle fans were once left confused by some of the information on her son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor's, birth certificate.
The official paperwork, which was issued to now 2-year-old Archie at birth, revealed information about where and when he was born, as well as telling facts about The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry.
All birth certificates are available to the general public, which meant that lucky fans not only got to see the special document, but also found out Meghan's real name.
They also discovered Meghan's official job title and the "secret" place where Archie was born.
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