Netizens Furious As Meghan Markle Develops A British Accent

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Twitter debates over  Meghan Markle's changing accent. According to users, American born Meghan now has a British accent

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The Royal Family of England seldom stays out of the limelight. Owing to the curiosity that follows British royalty, the slightest of changes come under the scanner. Most recently, the latest addition to the Royal Family sparked a debate online. The former Hollywood actress who tied the knot with Prince Harry early this year has grabbed several eyeballs, as they say, American born Meghan has taken up a new English accent.

In a recent video clip shared online from Queen Elizabeth II's documentary 'Queen of the World', Meghan, according to viewers, can be heard talking "in a slight British accent." In a clip that recently went viral,  Meghan can be heard talking about her Givenchy wedding dress. 

"Somewhere in here there's a piece of blue fabric, did you see? It was my something's fabric from the dress that I wore on our first date," the former actress can be heard saying. 

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Here's the video:

Meghan's fans don't seem to be very welcoming to her new accent. Several netizens expressed they felt as though Meghan was faking the British accent.

Here's how they reacted:

However, there were some people who defended the Duchess of Sussex saying it is quite normal as she has been living in London for a while now. ​

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Here are some reactions:

The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was held on May 19, 2018, which was attended by several Hollywood celebrities including Indian actress Priyanka Chopra. The 'Remember Me' star who now represents the British Royal Family can be seen getting involved in several philanthropic activities since then. She recently contributed to a new charity cookbook, which celebrates the power of cooking to bring people together. The initiative aimed to raise funds for the Hubb Community Kitchen in West London. Named 'Together: Our Community Cookbook', the book showcases over 50 recipes from women from the Community Kitchen.

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