Meghan's signature, which she left today in a guest book in Dublin, demonstrates her ability to 'charm the most stiff upper-lipped people'.
The Duchess of Sussex left her swirling cursive in the visitor book at President Michael Higgins residence in Dublin on Wednesday alongside that of her husband's.
And her penmanship is demonstrative of the way the 36-year-old has negotiated the well-to-do according to handwriting analyst Tracey Trussell.
The expert adds that the positioning of both Meghan and Harry's names on the page shows how the newly-minted royal is settling into her new role.
She continued: 'The spacing of the layout on the page is interesting because the last time this couple signed a visitors book (back in March 2018 in Belfast) it was clear that Meghan sought protection from her betrothed.
'In spite of huge personal self discipline, she tends to be a little apprehensive in the face of anything new. Now she's in 'The Firm', she's sending out a message that she's far from vulnerable. Meghan's telling us that she's a strong independent woman in her own right.'