Meghan Markle has become a surprising ‘fan of lawn bowls’ and thinks it looks ‘elegant’ after watching from her window at Frogmore Cottage
GARDEN bowls may typically be seen as sport played by pensioners on immaculate lawns – but could Meghan Markle break the mould?
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, has allegedly taken an interest in the quintessentially English pastime since moving to Frogmore Cottage and could help to make it trendy.
Meghan is said to have paid a surprise visit to the Royal Household Bowling Club near her home, Frogmore Cottage[/caption]
The stylish duchess is said to have made a surprise visit to the Royal Household Bowling Club, which is situated near to her home on the Queen’s Windsor estate.
Meghan is said to have observed the game being played from her upstairs window, and took an interest.
According to the Daily Star Sunday, a source said: “Meghan remarked to the two players how elegant the game looked.”
The spectator did not confirm whether the duchess had tried her hand at the game.
Fabulous Digital contacted Buckingham Palace but they declined to comment.
Meghan isn’t the first royal to have taken an interest in the game, with the Queen popping by the Brimfield and Little Hereford Bowling Club in 2013.
And Princess Diana was pictured more than once having a game of lawn bowls – and looking very stylish while doing so.
But law bowls may be fairly new to the duchess, LA-born Meghan would have noticed the similarity to tenpin bowling – which she played with friends at a bowling club in Toronto, where she lived while filming Suits.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s home Frogmore Cottage is within the Windsor Castle estate[/caption]
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