A trailer has just landed for a new documentary on the royals that promises to offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Meghan Markle's new life as part of the family.
The documentary, Queen of the World, is set to focus on the 92-year-old Monarch's dedication to the 53 countries in the Commonwealth over her 66 years on the throne.
Prince Harry still gets nervous when he bumps into his grandmother in the corridors of Buckingham Palace.
The moment the now Duchess sees her veil for the first time is captured for royal fans to see, with Meghan saying: "53 countries, oh my goodness", in regards to the 53 flowers that were hand embroidered to represent each Commonwealth country. "It will keep us busy".More news: Here's Our First, Sans-Makeup Look at Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker
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"Have you bumped into the Queen yet?" he asked.
The two-part documentary series, set to air in the United Kingdom on September 25, "offers a unique insight into Her Majesty The Queen's role as a figure on the global stage and the baton she is passing to the younger members of the Royal Family as they continue to build the Commonwealth connection", according to ITV.
Wintersweet, which grows in the grounds of Kensington Palace in front of Prince Harry and Meghan's home Nottingham Cottage also made an appearance, as did the California Poppy, a nod to the former actress' place of birth.
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.
The newlyweds are due to arrive in Australia in October, before travelling to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.