Watch Meghan fail her LAST quiz on strange British customs when she was grilled on rude place names, real ale and Marmite

  • Meghan Markle floundered when she was quizzed on 'Britishisms' early last year
  • Miss Markle answered four out of 15 questions correct on the TV Channel Dave
  • The clip was filmed when Miss Markle was in Britain promoting Suits last year?
  • It came long before Miss Markle's romance with Prince Harry became public?
  • It re-emerged online just hours the happy couple announced their engagement

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will wed in May at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle - but the American actress might have to brush up on her knowledge of British culture before then.

The 36-year-old floundered when she was quizzed on 'Britishisms' last year by TV Channel Dave, answering just four out of 15 questions correctly.

After the test the star said: 'I think I lost. I think I was the worst at this game.'

Meghan Markle, who announced her engagement to Prince Harry on Monday, floundered when she was quizzed on 'Britishisms' last year by TV Channel Dave

Meghan Markle, who announced her engagement to Prince Harry on Monday, floundered when she was quizzed on 'Britishisms' last year by TV Channel Dave

She answered just four out of 15 questions correctly. After the test the star said: 'I think I lost. I think I was the worst at this game'

She answered just four out of 15 questions correctly. After the test the star said: 'I think I lost. I think I was the worst at this game'

The test started on a positive note with the actress correctly picking out the name of an obscure real ale - but went downhill soon after

The test started on a positive note with the actress correctly picking out the name of an obscure real ale - but went downhill soon after

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The clip was filmed for TV channel Dave while Miss Markle was in Britain promoting Suits last year before her romance with Prince Harry became public.

The test started on a positive note with the actress correctly picking out the name of an obscure real ale - but went downhill soon after.

Miss Markle wrongly chose Vegemite over Marmite and couldn't translate 'apples and pears' from Cockney rhyming slang.

The actress also couldn't name the national animal of England, even though the lion appears on the royal coat of arms.

On learning the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland, Miss Markle declared 'we should all move' north of the border.

Asked to give the British versions of Americanisms, Miss Markle said she didn't know another word for 'sidewalk' or 'highway' - but she did know that 'pants' are known as 'trousers' on this side of the Atlantic.

Miss Markle wrongly chose Vegemite over Marmite and couldn't translate 'apples and pears' from Cockney rhyming slang. She was also asked about the names of British places

Miss Markle wrongly chose Vegemite over Marmite and couldn't translate 'apples and pears' from Cockney rhyming slang. She was also asked about the names of British places

Asked to give the British versions of Americanisms, Miss Markle said she didn't know another word for 'sidewalk' or 'highway' - but she did know that 'pants' are known as 'trousers' on this side of the Atlantic

Asked to give the British versions of Americanisms, Miss Markle said she didn't know another word for 'sidewalk' or 'highway' - but she did know that 'pants' are known as 'trousers' on this side of the Atlantic

The video was filmed last year, before Miss Markle's relationship with Prince Harry was public

The video was filmed last year, before Miss Markle's relationship with Prince Harry was public

The video re-emerged online just hours Miss Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement on Monday.

The couple have decided to hold their wedded at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle in May because it is a place 'close to the couple's hearts', it was revealed on Tuesday.

The couple chose the 'very special' venue because the prince and his fiancee spent time there together during their 16-month romance and Harry was based in the town with his Army regiment, the Blues and Royals.

They have not given the date for their 'fun and joyful' wedding, which is likely to be on TV, but thanked millions of people around the world 'celebrating with them' since their engagement was announced yesterday.

Divorcee Miss Markle, a protestant who went to a catholic high school, will be baptised and confirmed before the spring ceremony to comply with the royal family's beliefs that they should all join the Church of England.

The clip was filmed for TV channel Dave while Miss Markle was in Britain promoting Suits (pictured) last year before her romance with Prince Harry became public

The clip was filmed for TV channel Dave while Miss Markle was in Britain promoting Suits (pictured) last year before her romance with Prince Harry became public

Miss Markle who has relocated from her home in Toronto, Canada, will also be taking British citizenship to become a dual national before May, a process that usually takes years.

It is not clear whether the actress will retain her US citizenship and become a dual national in the future.

The couple have shunned a larger wedding at Westminster Abbey or St Paul's for a more intimate church service at St George's, where his father Charles had a blessing after marrying Camilla in the nearby Guildhall in 2005.

It also means Queen and Prince Philip can easily travel to the wedding of the year as it was revealed that the royal family will pay for the event, the music, the flowers and the reception.

The actress' divorced parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland will both be there but it's not known if her father will walk her down the aisle.

It has also emerged today Meghan will not be continuing her work with the UN or other organisations, but instead will starting her charity work as a full-time royal afresh and begin touring the country with Harry.

The couple's first public engagement will be on Friday at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham.

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