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Kacey Musgraves is not giving a lot of attention is being slightly tongue during a chance encounter with Prince Harry, where the country star broke royal protocol by a party of the Duke of Sussex, england.
Musgraves was recently recalled crossing paths with Harry at the Royal Variety Performance in 2015, it is memorable, shows, Harry, 35, was a high-five, that of the “Slow Burn” singer is immediately attracted to a message to the individual message.
A photo of the seal on the faux-pas in the time, show to Harry, and Musgraves, with a smile, while the share of high-fives.
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Country star Kacey Musgraves welcomes Prince Harry a high-five after the Royal Variety Performance at the Albert Hall on the 13th November 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Paul Hackett – WPA Pool/Getty Images)
“It appears that in hindsight, the guy that runs the label was like, ‘no, no, no, no, no, No,'” Musgraves told the “Access Hollywood” on Wednesday. “And he was like,” I can’t believe you’re giving him a high-five. That’s just incredible.” He said, ” no, No, there is not a way to get to the royal family, and a high-five and goes up to the top, it is not the way to go.'”
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However, Musgraves didn’t see the big deal about it at the time, adding that, in her estimation, she was good to go, as he seemed to be unfazed by the informal address.
“And I was like, ‘I don’t know. He went on in front of it, so what, ” she said.
Last year, the 31-year-old Grammy-winning singer is also a part of the meeting, in an interview with the BBC, pointing out to her the kind of education, of the royal snafu.
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“Okay, so now that I’m out of dallas, Texas. I don’t have the manual to read up on royal etiquette. I was not going to be a lecture on lessons or anything,” Musgraves explained. “He came in and he was just really friendly and helpful, and I will put my hand up and he went for it. We had such a laugh. And then, when I came back, and the label was like, ‘Oh, you shouldn’t have done that.’ It was kind of a no-no.”