'The Lion King' London premiere brings out Meghan Markle and Beyonce

The Carters & The Royals Connect At

The Carters & The Royals Connect At "The Lion King" London Premiere

The Lion King's London premiere gave the gift of Beyoncé and Meghan Markle's first-ever meeting.and, seemingly, the most candid comment Meghan has ever given about the treatment she has gotten being in the public eye with Prince Harry. "In honor of Black History Month", she wrote, "we bow down to one of our Melanated Monas". She noted that her kids would have loved to be there if they had the chance. "They would loved to have been here", she said.

Speaking on Capital FM and later This Morning, the hilarious duo confessed they did not know if they were supposed to follow royal protocol because they are not from the United Kingdom as they questioned whether or not to call the couple "Your Royal Highness".

Meghan responds: "Thank you, they don't make it easy". Jay-Z would also chime in by dishing out some parenting advice: "Always find time for yourself".

The Duchess of Sussex was seen cradling her new babe and planting tender kisses on his head as she cheered on Harry at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, UK, last Wednesday. After Markle and Beyoncé shared a hug, the couples talked about baby Archie.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out to attend the premiere on Sunday.

In February, she also became the first artist since The Beatles to take up all three top spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Eichner retweeted the video, adding the caption: "OMG Here I am completely freaking out to @SethRogen about how I'm going to greet Prince Harry and Meghan I'M CRYING".

They have now embellished on the meet, as Seth said: 'We were gauging what to do.do you really say your royal highness? And it all sounds very formal and very old fashioned and very official, and we didn't know if people actually do it or not.

The royal correspondent said she feels Meghan is coping "incredibly well" with her transition into the royal family, but not being able to publicly defend herself must be "difficult", and that Pharrell offering her " a little vote of confidence and support" must have been "a welcome relief".