An Endearing Video Of Meghan Markle Woefully Failing British Facts Test Before Her Engagement To Prince Harry Resurfaces
It is hilarious to see the Duchess of Sussex terribly fail a quiz on British facts but then when this video was shot; she was not a princess.
She was not even engaged to Prince Harry, but now that it has resurfaced, it is both endearing and amusing.
Well, we all know that Meghan Markle is as American as American can be.
The former actress was born and raised in California therefore; no one would expect her to understand the British colloquialisms or any other rare facts.
However, back in July 2016, when she went on Dave, a British show to promote the sixth season of Suits, the American show she is best known for. Meghan was tested on how well she knew British words and facts.
We should prepare you by saying she failed woefully and it is amusing as she was already seeing Harry at the time.
The quiz began with identifying the real name of ale. Of course, the options all sounded ridiculous, and she failed not that we can blame her.
After that round, we hoped she would have better luck with the next set of questions, but her reactions only got more and more entertaining.
When asked the national animals of England, Scotland and Wales, she is completely floored by the answer, and so are we.
The national animal of Scotland and Wales are Unicorn and Dragon? Come on!
Thankfully, it is not such questions that are required when taking the British citizenship test, one that was still expected of her despite her royal status.
The test revolves around more important matters of state like governing laws, history and the values of the UK.
All in all, Meghan got only the British words for ‘pants’ and ‘trashcans’ correctly, but she was a perfect sport.
Looking back, it is ironic that she was being asked questions about a country she was soon about to call home.
That is some crazy foreshadowing! Now, that she has been married into the family, we believe she will learn the slangs and every other weird fact little by little.