"No, we didn't go to Namibia", Harry replied, according to HELLO! magazine.
The party was held to celebrate exceptional young leaders from across the Commonwealth, with a select group from the Queen's Young Leaders program arriving at the palace to attend the gathering. Showing off her healthy summer glow, the former actress opted for a bronzed and highlighted look, keeping her brunette tresses naturally wavy at her shoulders. Apart from following the royal family's rules, Meghan has been conducting herself in the best possible way to live up to the expectations of her family and the people she represents.
Meghan Markle and Blake Lively are going head to head for a very fashionable award!
Meghan Markle may be learning the royal ropes, but it seems she's already perfected the art of sitting like a Duchess.
One of the most talked about aspects of Meghan's life however is her relationship with her grandmother-in-law, the Queen - especially in recent weeks.
However, Good Housekeeping also says that it is not a major faux pas for a royal woman to cross her legs in public.
Proper etiquette dictates that royal women keep their legs and knees together, although crossing at the ankle is also acceptable.
Previously, one source told ET that Meghan cares a lot about following the rules as much as she could which is why she's been relying on the royal staff at the palace as well as members of the family for advice and reassurance.
Apparently, the Duchess Slant received its name from Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, who has become famous for the tilt, though Princess Diana employed the trick many times.