This year's Queen's Leaders awards ceremony saw 61 young leaders from right across the Commonwealth receive recognition for their inspirational work in their communities.
"I thought it was etiquette rules to keep legs and knees together, although crossing at the ankle is fine", another royal watcher questioned the royal Facebook page in regard to the incident, according to Good Housekeeping. Photos from a charity trip to Angola in January 1997 show Diana perfectly at ease, sitting with her legs crossed and her back more relaxed. Queen Elizabeth II too has been extremely supportive of grooming the new bride as she is getting a hang of being a part of the royal family. The top was slightly off-the-shoulder, just like her wedding dress, with buttons on the bodice. Kate Middleton has been photographed several times at events with her legs crossed rather than adopting the duchess slant.
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"It's sophisticated, projects vulnerability, and looks fabulous in photos", she said. People are certainly divided.
"'The Duchess Slant' is one of the most elegant and flattering ways to sit, because it has a lengthening effect on the legs", says Meier. "The key with the technique is to square your shoulders straight ahead while maintaining ideal posture".
"All royal ladies cross at the ankles or put both legs to the side", the royal fan wrote (via Express). "Hands should be folded one over the other and placed in your lap".