Suits star Meghan Markle who is engaged to Prince Harry was recently at her first official evening engagement with Prince Harry. Meghan Markle was attending the Endeavor Fund Awards at London’s Goldsmiths’ Hall and was dressed to the tee with a slim-fitting Alexander McQueen tux. The Endeavor Fund Awards honours accomplishments in the fields of sport and adventurous challenges of wounded, injured and sick former service personnel. A little mix-up of notes happened when Meghan Markle was at the podium with her co-presenter and the goof-up left the audience in splits. However, Twitter users hailed the actress for her poise and her sporting attitude.

Meghan Markle was called upon to present the second prize at the awards ceremony with a co-presenter. She read her part perfectly but her co-presenter was given a different set of notes which did not relate to the awards that she had announced and the mix-up made the audience laugh out loud. Nevertheless, Meghan Markle handled it like a pro and laughed along with the audience and did not get embarrassed and twisted it into a really funny moment. Meghan Markle and her co-presenter made light of the embarrassing situation and provided a good laugh to the audience. Eventually, they got the right notes and presented the award, but not before the audience applauded them for their sporting attitude. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Official Engagement Pictures Released by Kensington Palace, Twitterati Goes Gaga Over Their Love

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Meghan Markle was not at fault

Meghan Markle looked perfectly poised

Meghan Markle handled the situation with aplomb

Such a charming woman

What an amazing lady

Who did the notes?

Such a smart woman

Things didn’t go according to the script for Meghan Markle but with her sporting attitude, she proved that she is fit to be a princess because her co-presenter could not find the right script. She helped him and smiled and made light of the situation so that he doesn’t get uncomfortable on such a big stage, after all, how you handle the mistake is what truly matters, maybe we all can learn from this.