Being royalty might sound like a pretty sweet deal, and we’re sure in most aspects it is.

But in many ways, marrying into an autocratic family can be a very stressful experience.

Not like Game of Thrones stressful, but much more stressful than, say, the ending of The Little Mermaid.

Like, there are no dragons (we think), but it’s also not a “happily ever after” situation.

You may have heard about Meghan’s breaches of royal protocol and assumed that she’s inhaling giant hoagies at formal dinners or crushing beer cans against her head, a la John Goodman in King Ralph.

(Sorry, all of our knowledge about the royal family comes from TV and movies.)

But in reality, Meghan’s faux pas are more on the lines of failing to curtsy in the proper fashion and refusing to dress like a 92-year-old woman.

“Meghan is being told she needs to start dressing less like a Hollywood star and more like a Royal,” an insider tells The Daily Mail.

Meghan’s offenses apparently include not wearing a hat every time the Queen wears one, and wearing black even though no one died. Seriously:

“Meghan declined to wear a hat after apparently failing to understand that when the Queen’s aides informed her the Queen would be wearing one, that meant Meghan should follow suit,” says the source.

It gets worse.

Apparently, Meghan has displayed “a penchant for non-British designers [and a] fondness for wearing black – traditionally worn by Royals only to signify mourning.

“No-one gave that memo to Meghan, who in August not only wore a black tuxedo to a special performance of the musical Hamilton, but caused a further frisson by displaying bare legs a good few inches above the knee,” the insider adds.

“It is said this rebellious spirit has resulted in raised eyebrows from the Queen, who is a stickler for the rules.”

Oh no, not raised eyebrows!

We don’t know what’s more confusing, the fact that someone made all these rules, or the fact that anyone still cares about them.

And is if it’s not bad enough that Meghan wore black to the theater, the source adds that the Duchess of Sussex is “up at 5 am rain or shine” (why would the weather affect what time she wakes up?), and her work ethic is really starting to piss off royal staffers.

“Her particular brand of ‘up and at ’em’ West Coast energy is an uncomfortable fit with the more formal ethos of some palace staff,” the Mail reports.

Since when is the West Coast known for its excessive ambition?

Get your regional stereotypes straight, Daily Mail!

Anyway, we actually believe most of this report.

Meghan probably is unlike any of her predecessors — and that’s probably one of the things that drew Harry to her.

We’d say the Queen should get used to it, but homegirl is 92.

She’s past the point of needing to get used to anything.