Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle has failed a test on British culture.
The flame-haired royal's new flame underwent quiz about 'Britishisms' earlier this year, which saw her get four out of 15 questions correct, and the brunette beauty has admitted she was the "worst" person to have ever played the game.
During the show, which was aired earlier this year on Dave, the brunette beauty was able to correctly pinpoint three British ales but when asked what the British term for 'sidewalk' is she couldn't answer despite visiting her 32-year-old beau and his father the Prince of Wales earlier this year at London's Kensington Palace.
Speaking about the test, the 'Suits' actress said: "I think I lost. I think I was the worst at this game."
Despite Meghan's lack of British knowledge, it has been reported she is making Harry - who ended his relationship with his former girlfriend Cressida Bonas in 2014 after their two year romance - the happiest man he has been "for many years".
A source told the Mail Online: "He's happier than he's been for many years. He's in a very relaxed period of his life and Meghan has come along at the right time."
Although Meghan has brightened up Harry's life, her half-sister Samantha Grant has warned Harry against his new girlfriend because she cannot be trusted.
Samantha - who shares the same father, Thomas Markle, as Meghan - branded her sister a "shallow social climber" who always wanted to be a princess and is "narcissistic and selfish".
Speaking previously the mother-of-three writer said: "The royal family would be appalled by what she's done to her own family. The truth would kill her relationship with Prince Harry, he wouldn't want to date her any more because it puts her in a bad public light.
"I certainly don't think Harry or his family would want to associate with her afterwards."