Meghan Markle is getting driving lessons from Prince Harry

Meghan Markle has a lot to learn in the UK, and it doesn't end with how to be royalty. Prince Harry's fiancée is used to driving an automatic car on the right side of the road, but in her new home across the pond she'll be cruising on the left - in a standard vehicle. To shed the habits she developed in her native LA and while filming Suits in Toronto, her future husband is giving her driving lessons!

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Taking to the grounds of Kensington Palace, Harry has been showing Meghan the ropes according to the Daily Mail. With his personal protection officers in tow, the prince has not only The former actress will also be taught evasive driving techniques as part of a general programme of security training.

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Sources say that Meghan is eager to drive herself around in the future, despite the fact that most members of the Royal Family are typically driven to their engagements. The 36-year-old royal-to-be is reportedly applying for a British temporary licence, but she'll have to pass a few tests in the UK to drive on a permanent basis.

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While living in Canada to film her TV show Suits, Meghan was used to driving on the right side of the road, so this will be quite the adjustment! The former actress had a VIP contract with Audi North America. Before moving to London, she drove a $70,000 automatic Audi Q5 SUV, however she cancelled her contract a few months early. This was just one move hinting at her big engagement, which was announced in November two months after she relocated to London.

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The luxury car brand typically rents to high-profile VIPs and celebrities in exchange for publicity. Meghan is expected to continue driving an Audi vehicle in England once she gets her permanent license.

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