Despite how it may have looked, Meghan Markle was not snubbed by other members of the royal family at a new event.
The family gathered for a memorial service on Sunday to commemorate those who lost their lives during the First World War.
Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, all stood together on a balcony. Meghan, meanwhile, looked from an adjacent balcony outside the Cenotaph War Memorial in London.
While it really turned out that the newest member of the royal family was shunned by the other members, that's not true.
According to people, the balconies were small and therefore could not suit all women comfortably. Moreover, Megan's position for the ceremony was not without its significance.
The Duchess of Sussex was next to German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's wife, Elke Budenbender.
Sources told people that the duchess of Sussex did not have her position chosen for her, but that the royal family was working with a piece of "piggorder" that she would be in the bottom of gave her new status as a member of the royal family.
"She was not as prominent as some might have expected, but there is a pig order," Joe Little, editor-in-chief of Majesty the newspaper told the outlet.
"It was nothing meaningless, but William was the older, more senior brother would go out (first) with his wife."
Meghan, who expects her first child with Prince Harry, participated in her first memorial ceremony as a member of the royal family.