Meghan Markle has certainly had to make quite a few lifestyle changes to become part of the British royalty as she prepares to marry Prince Harry. But it seems that the 36-year-old actress has rubbed off on her fiancé as well: The two joked about their language differences when they attended the Commonwealth Youth Forum in London on Wednesday.
According to The Evening Standard, Prince Harry used the American word for bandage, referring to it a "Band-Aid." He said, "Don't get sucked into the system of putting on a Band-Aid. American-style." There was reportedly laughter from the crowd before Prince Harry explained to his California-born bride-to-be that British people use the word "plasters."
The Commonwealth Youth Forum marks a major milestone for the couple; it's the first significant engagement they have attended together on behalf of the royal family, something that a royal couple would not typically do until after they were officially married. Markle was very involved in the events, however, speaking with campaigners and advocates in attendance.
This is, of course, not the first time that Markle has broken royal traditional, American way of doing things. Her unorthodox messy bun has become infamous, the couple's wedding cake will be flavored with lemon and elderflower rather than the typically British fruit cake, and Markle has not only reportedly requested that her mother walk her down the aisle instead of her father, but she will also reportedly make her own speech at the reception.