When Michelle met the Queen in 2009, she did not curtsey and touched her back.
A royal brouhaha this morning as it was revealed that Kate has been ordered to curtsey to the 'blood Princesses'.
"I said 'happy Easter Your Majesty' and did a curtsey," Poppy told a reporter from the Daily Telegraph.
The frequent bow and return of curtsey produced great mirth in the audience.
She swept me a curtsey of surprising depth, considering her infirmity.
The first curtsey I remember receiving, except of course in the stately ceremonies of the dance.
With salutation and curtsey the villagers passed by the young squire.
Presently, with a curtsey, came a young woman who sold worsted socks at a shilling a pair, and whose portrait is here given.
And off she went, as Erica rose from the grass to curtsey to Erlingsen on his approach.
Now I curtsey to Mrs. Madison every day or two, and gossip with Mrs. Cutts, and am asked to meet this one and that one.