Meghan Markle has done a considerable amount of traveling lately. From going on her royal tour of Africa with Prince Harry to flying solo to New York, the Duchess of Sussex has given fans of the British royal family quite a bit to watch. However, before embarking on her U.S. trip to watch Serena Williams play in the U.S. Open, the former "Suits" actress was reportedly given a bit of advice by royal advisers. What was it?

According to Express, columnist Rob Shuter claimed that Meghan was advised to "dial it down a few notches" due to several noteworthy choices she made in the past. One of those decisions was her $2,000 baby shower that included "everything but a red carpet," which is reportedly what prompted the comment.

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During her next U.S. trip, Meghan is said to have maintained a "really low-profile, with the exception of going to a yoga class," according to Shuter. Therefore, "this trip was the opposite of the last trip to New York City" due to the fact that the Duchess did not stay in a fancy hotel or go out after the tennis match.

Before arriving in New York, it was reported that Meghan was, in fact, "determined to keep everything very low-key and as under-the-radar as possible," which seemed to indicate that the Duchess did take the advice seriously.

Shuter claims that the reason Meghan adhered so closely to the suggestion was due to the fact that she wants to "prove to the Queen that she can be trusted to travel outside the UK without her husband Harry." Additionally, the "Straight Shuter" host also claimed that Meghan now sees that "fighting with the family is a position that will only mean she loses."

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Meghan Markle is pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, Merseyside, England. Anthony Devlin - WPA Pool/Getty Images