If you assumed that royal wedding fever would have died down by now, you were wrong. As it has transpired, people still have a lot to say about Meghan's apparently contentious Givenchy gown - by way of Clare Waight Keller - and all the other effluvia that surrounded her and Prince Harry's nuptials at St. George's Chapel on Saturday.
I mean, there was Meghan's former Suits co-star Rick Hoffman's unimpressed face, which launched a thousand Louis Litt related memes. The actor later posted a video explaining why he pulled the "weird" face, revealing that he was sat next to someone who had bad breath. "To answer any questions about the weird face that was made at the wedding," he wrote on Instagram, "imagine sitting next to people to your right and not knowing which person it was that has halitosis. Hence the face that's apparently all over the place."
Then there was the fact that Meghan and Prince Harry's kiss technically broke royal protocol - as they were the first royal couple to have smooched outside the West Door of St. George's Chapel after being married there.
And now, we have a Pippa Middleton-esque moment, brought to us by Meghan's best friend, Jessica Mulroney. As the Canadian walked up the steps of St. George's on Saturday in a slinky blue dress, the paparazzi noticed something which gave them a lot of deja vu: her swaying posterior.
Naturally, images of the scene quickly went viral.
The media were quick to brand it as another "Pippa moment", you know, in reference to that moment back in 2011, at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, where Kate's younger sister stole the show with her assets.
I'm sure you don't need reminding, but if you do, you're welcome:
Some sources have even speculated that this was a rather tactical move made by Jessica. A friend of the self-confessed "lifestyle expert" told the New York Post that last month Jessica was actually practicing her "Pippa" walk on a red carpet.
And certainly, Jessica has capitalized off of Meghan's wedding. The founder of The Shoebox Project reportedly aided her friend in planning the royal wedding, and since last week, her Instagram following jumped from 127,000 followers to 203,000. Now, how's that for some gains?
Well, regardless of whether you believe that Jessica intended to mimic Pippa Middleton's now-infamous moment at Will and Kate's wedding back in 2011, it's evident that life isn't quite ever going to be the same for these two chums. Rather than wine with the girls, we imagine it's going to be more of a high tea affair from now, don't you think?