Meghan Markle might be sitting next to Prince Andrew for an engagement over the weekend.

The members of the royal family will be reunited for Remembrance Day. Netizens have been discussing their seating arrangement and many believe that Markle might sit beside Prince Andrew again. However, many also hoped that it would not happen because it would only make the duchess look bad while it would glorify the duke.

“I myself was thinking the same thing I hope they change up the seating don't sit in line but let Prince Harry Princess Meghan sit down on the other side facing the Queen...” one netizen wrote on Twitter.

“I was thinking the something because all eyes will be on Meghan, it will make him look good to be sitting next to her,” another social media user commented.

According to some netizens, it’s possible that Prince Andrew might sit beside Markle just like how they were seated last year because of their rank. Prince Andrew is next to the Duke of Sussex when it comes to the succession of throne.

Prince Harry is currently sixth in line to the throne. On the other hand, the Duke of York is seventh. They might find themselves further down the line of succession if Prince William and Kate Middleton will have more children.

A photo of Prince Andrew and Markle sitting beside each other has resurfaced online. However, more noticed the Duchess of Cambridge’s “terrifying stare.”

In the snap, the future queen consort is looking at something not shown in the photo. Many felt that the duchess looked fierce with some saying that Middleton appeared angry while others said that her stare was very scary.

Markle and Prince Andrew were reportedly the most unpopular member of the royal family. Both have been involved in various controversies.

Prince Andrew is in hot water due to his connection to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. On the other hand, Markle has been criticized for various issues: from her wardrobe expenses, taking private flights, to being emotional in an interview.

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Experts speak about Meghan Markle’s safety concerning the duchess’ frequent use of high heels. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle and Prince Andrew during the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London. Getty Images/Kirsty Wigglesworth