The Duchess of Sussex apparently tends to “stare” at Harry while he is talking in a way that one expert said “trips me out”. Keshia Chante was discussing Meghan and Harry’s recent video call with leaders from the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, of which they are Vice President and President respectively. She and her fellow commentators, Roz Weston and Graeme O’Neil, were reacting to the video for ET Canada.
Ms Chante praised the Queen for her charity work over the years and said she was “not surprised” that the Duke and Duchess were still involved with the Commonwealth Trust.
However, she added: “On a side note, it always trips me out when Meghan stares at Harry while he’s talking.
“I’m always like, ‘What are you looking at?’ Is there something in his teeth?
“Like, what’s happening? What y’all looking at? Can I see too?”
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Keshia Chante and Roz Weston imitate Meghan
Mr Weston and Mr O’Neil laughed and two of the royal commentators began to do impressions of Meghan’s look, swivelling their heads to the side and staring.
This is not the first video call Meghan and Harry have done with the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT) from their home in California.
In the last video, Meghan could also be seen turning her head to look at Harry whenever he was talking.
In the latest video, however, Harry spoke very highly of the Queen in what she’s managed to achieve over the years and told the leaders on the call they should be “proud” of the work they are doing.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust video call
He said: “I think everything that my grandmother wanted to achieve, when she took this huge responsibility on, she’s managed.
“No one could have predicted how much the world was going to change in such a short space of time, especially with the digital space.
“But hearing you guys knowing the broad spectrum that the QCT engulfs, you guys are the definition of the 21st century commonwealth and what it means to be part of it.
“You are there standing for equality, mutual respect and fairness and that’s something that every single one of you should be very proud of.”
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Meghan and Harry’s previous video call with The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust
Reacting to his words, Mr O’Neill said: “Finally, they say something nice about the Queen!”
Mr Weston added that he finds it shocking when Harry refers to the Queen as “my grandmother”, even in such a formal setting.
He added that this organisation clearly means a lot to Meghan and Harry, and that it is great they are still able to be a part of it.
The royal commentator said: “I always find it ‒ even in a setting like this when they’re talking about something formal which is that organisation ‒ I’m always a little shocked when he refers to her as ‘my grandmother’ and not ‘the Queen’ and that happened twice in there.
“And I just think that this is probably one of those things that was difficult to consider when they made the decision to leave the royal duties.
“It was probably an organisation like this that weighed heavier on them than, say, other things that they were leaving behind but it’s good that they’re still a part of it and it looks like they believe it and they’re hearts in it.
“And it doesn’t look like they’re making an appearance that they’re forced to do and saying things that they may not believe.”
“This actually looks like something that they are very much still into and that’s good to see.”
Meghan did the same thing in hers and Harry’s engagement interview
The Duke and Duchess appear to take their roles as President and Vice President very seriously, and have kept on with their duties even after stepping down as senior royals at the end of March.
They also remained patrons of their numerous charities.
However, Harry did have to give up his military titles including Captain General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Commandant at RAF Honington and Commodore-in-Chief of Small Ships and Driving in the Royal Naval Command.
They have also been instructed not to use their HRH titles commercially and that they should not use their chosen brand name of Sussex Royal.
The couple have therefore shut down their non-profit under that name and stopped posting on their Instagram account.
It is understood that they will launch their new non-profit, Archewell, next year.
Until then, their main charitable outlet is Prince Harry’s sustainable tourism initiative Travalyst, although it is currently registered as a company, not as a charity.
All the funds from Sussex Royal have been transferred to Travalyst, a source confirmed to Express.co.uk.