Of course, Meghan is making reference to the responsibilities her new position in the royal family would hold, particularly as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, as all 53 countries in the Commonwealth were represented in Meghan's veil.
And he adds: "Have you bumped into the Queen yet?"
The moment that Meghan Markle first laid eyes on her Givenchy wedding dress has been caught on camera in new documentary, Queen of the World. It's a look at what it takes to be the "Queen of the World" and what it's like inside the hallowed halls of her various estates.
The Duchess of Cambridge wasn't completely axed from the documentary though, as the insider said: "There is film of events and receptions which she attended, so you do see her".
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Just weeks after her visit, Markle will head to the Oceania region with Prince Harry, as the two are set to tour Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga. "It'll keep us busy". Then he chuckles and adds, "I know you will".
The former "Suits" actress, 37, pops up in the trailer for ITV's "Queen of the World" before it airs in the United Kingdom on September 25.
The Duke of Sussex has joked that he still finds it intimidating to stumble across his 92-year-old grandmother, the Queen, when visiting Buckingham Palace.
Markle is now much more secretive with her politics; before becoming a royal, she used to be a relatively outspoken liberal who encouraged Americans to exercise their right to vote, slammed Donald Trump's misogyny, and vocally supported Hillary Clinton.