Meghan Markle might be about to marry into one of the most important families in Britain but if this clip of her is anything to go by she's still got a lot to learn.
Assuming you haven't just woken up from a coma, you'll probably have heard that Prince Harry and Meghan are engaged. Kensington Palace announced their engagement yesterday, after an 18-month relationship.
Meghan met Harry while he was in Canada to launch the Invictus Games. As well as gaining a new husband, Meghan will also pick up a fancy new title - likely Duchess - and become a part of British heritage.
Sure, he looks happy now but wait until he finds out his bride-to-be doesn't know that we call the sidewalk a pavement in the UK. Credit: PA
However, in this 2016 clip for TV channel Dave, Meghan doesn't exactly come out covered in glory when she attempts to answers questions to assess her 'Britishness'.
She only manages four out of 15. Must try harder. Still at least she's can turn to her new grandmother-in-law to brush up on her British history, surely she'll smash any questions about the monarchy.
The US actress, most famous for playing Rachel Zane in Suits, and the ginger prince are set to tie the knot in May next year. She's also revealed that she plans on becoming a UK citizen before the big day, which involves taking a citizenship test - properly something a bit more formal than one set to her by Dave, though.
But this doesn't bode well for her, does it?
I mean, imagine not knowing what 'apples and pears' means. Who doesn't know that? Maybe Harry can sort out some lessons for her from Danny Dyer, given that he is royalty and all that.
'What is the national animal of Wales?' And she didn't know - not good considering she's just about to marry the Prince of Wales, although, in her defence, dragons aren't real animals, are they?
And, fair play to her, she's a good sport, having a good laugh at herself at the end. Let's hope she fares better when playing Trivial Pursuit with the Windsors at Christmas, eh?
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