When Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry next Saturday, she will officially be a member of the royal family.
And thus, be forced into a life of many rules… oh so many rules.
Some make sense, like the fact that royals must remain apolitical, but others are a lot more absurd, from rules on how they dress and eat, to how the royal family must walk and even what board games they are allowed to play.
Here are just some of the rules Meghan Markle will have to obey when she becomes a duchess.
Just see how many you break on a daily basis.
No more shellfish.
While lobster, oysters, prawns and crayfish might sound like a posh dish, members of the royal family are advised against consuming shellfish due to the high chance of contracting food poisoning.
Because leaving a royal engagement to vomit into a toilet, you see, would not be seen as very regal.
According to the BBC, "rare meat, foreign water and any food that is too spicy or exotic," are also on the no-go list.
One of the weirder rules on the list, but it turns out when Prince Andrew was given a Monopoly board game during one of his royal visits, he was forced to decline.
"We're not allowed to play Monopoly at home. It gets too vicious," he said, as reported by The Telegraph UK.
So after Saturday, let it be known that it's strictly a life of Scrabble and chess for Markle.
Only demure clothing, please.
When it comes to dressing, royals have standards.