Last night, the Duchess stepped out for her first solo public function, which was held at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
Her attendance at the event comes just days after her first solo initiative as a royal, when she lent her support to the launch of a charity cookbook aimed at helping a community project formed following London's Grenfell Tower fire disaster previous year in which 71 people died.
Another wrote: "I give up on this world when people are congratulating a person shutting a vehicle door on their own".
All eyes were on Meghan, 37, as she went on her first ever solo appearance as a royal for an event in London, United Kingdom.
Another wrote, "Meghan has had voice coaching, she seems much softer, bit like how Kates changed too".
At the time, some armchair experts who were quick to take to the internet to pass on their views on Meghan's breach of "royal etiquette".
The Royal Family has not responded to Life & Style's report.
"Whether she thought long and hard about it before it happened, I doubt it, I suspect it was force of habit, but it is interesting to see that many have noticed as usually dignitaries have a member of staff to do this for them".
Whether her security is quicker to shut the door for her after this remains to be seen. The Suits actress worked with UN Women and advocated for girls around the world through her contributions to World Vision Canada. Maybe the chance to wear a procession of couture outfits costing thousands of pounds and live with a multi-millionaire made that bitter pill easier to swallow. That is to say, the Duchess is sending subtle messages to let the world know that she can handle doing her own stuff.
"Fans gushed that the "door closing" moment showed that Meghan was "humble" and "down to earth"...'just like the rest of us".