Princess Diana was also accused of betraying war veterans in 1995 when she curtsied
to Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko during a visit to Japan.
Earlier this week, (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1001266/Theresa-May-curtsy-pictures-Sarah-Ferguson-Margaret-Thatcher-Queen) May made headlines when she curtsied
to Prince William at a recent event.
However, Robinson didn't make any mention as to whether or not Sarandon curtsied
to the Queen.
TWO Queens curtsied
to a Prince last night as Wonderland came to London in style.
Prince Harry quickly said yes, and Markle curtsied
to the Queen while Prince Harry bowed his head.
Train officials bowed and curtsied
to her on a trip back from Paris.
Ingrid Seward, a royal biographer, said Markle and Prince Harry should've curtsied
to the Queen after the national anthem was sung.
If she had curtsied
, it would have been regarded as an act of deference.
THE Prime Minister's wife, Sarah Brown (left), curtsied
to the Duchess of Cornwall not out of deference but because she's polite and had the savvy to recognise that pictures would be taken of their meeting in Uganda.
"I loved this moment as the men bowed their heads and the women curtsied
as the monarch headed back for a festive Christmas lunch at Sandringham House," he said.
Ah, Charlotte, if only you'd kneed Dame Shirley Bassey in the mouth as she curtsied
to the Queen at that Buck House party on Tuesday you'd be the Greatest Taff since Owain Glendower.
and smiled as she battled to win back the crowd following the whistles and boos which greeted the 2002 winner earlier in the tournament.
She was jeered in the early rounds this year but yesterday she curtsied
and smiled as the crowd applauded.
Some do get a little confused - on one occasion a man curtsied
in front of the Queen, a spectacle guaranteed to raise a royal smile.
Wearing a purple hat and coat , she was greeted by a nurse who curtsied
and held her hand as she arrived.