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.
When Michelle met the Queen in 2009, she did not curtsey and touched her back.
The frequent bow and return of curtsey produced great mirth in the audience.
The widow answered with a curtsey, that they were poor travellers.
The first curtsey I remember receiving, except of course in the stately ceremonies of the dance.
"Give you good morning, gentlemen," says she, dropping a curtsey.
Presently, with a curtsey, came a young woman who sold worsted socks at a shilling a pair, and whose portrait is here given.
But Mrs. Gregg's curtsey and the cheers which followed it were too much for him.
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.