Meghan Markle reportedly attended a two-hour etiquette lesson before she met Queen Elizabeth II.

While speaking with The Sun, etiquette expert Edmund Fry said that the two-hour lesson was conducted by him. It included lessons on how to hold a cup and saucer and how to use a fork and knife.

“She is an amazing young lady, so very in control herself and very nice with people. She was very nice, not loud, very gentle, beautiful to look at, beautifully dressed, really well put out. I wouldn't say ostentatiously expensive – not like 'I’ve spent a fortune on that dress' - just beautifully turned out,” he said.

Fry also revealed that the Duchess of Sussex enjoyed a traditional afternoon tea of cucumber and roast beef finger sandwiches, scones with jam and cream, and homemade sticky toffee pudding.

During his interview with Daily Mail, Fry shared more details about his meeting with Prince Harry’s wife. He said that the “Suits” alum had so much fun learning about royal etiquette that she wanted to come back.

“The younger generation come to us mainly to find out, ‘What should we do, as we are having this social event?’ The same sort of thing happened with Meghan. She knew she would be having tea with the Queen,” he said.

Fry also said that he thinks Markle fell in love with the United Kingdom after she visited Rose Tree Cottage.

Meanwhile, following Markle and Prince Harry’s engagement in November 2017, she revealed that she had already met the Queen a couple of times. This suggests that her meeting with the etiquette expert took place before her royal engagement.

Prince Harry and Markle tied the knot months later on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Shortly after their wedding, the couple welcomed their son, Archie, on May 6.

Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II
Meghan Markle and the Queen are pictured during a ceremony to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge on June 14, 2018, in the town of Widnes in Halton, Cheshire, England. Getty Images/Jeff J Mitchell