Here's How Queen Elizabeth II Really Feels About Meghan Markle!

The Royal Family Has Shunned Meghan Markle's Dad After His Tell All Interview And He's Furious About It

Thomas Markle slams royal family for still not arranging to meet him

During previous royal engagements, Markle had been seen out and about wearing various iterations of the accessory, though since her wedding the Duchess has only been seen carrying clutches. It's clear that Meghan really knows her favourite colour palette!

Stepping out alongside her dapper new husband, Prince Harry, on Tuesday (June 26), Meghan absolutely glowed in a handsome blush-pink Prada ensemble, reminiscent of her off-the-shoulder number on the Queen's birthday just a few weeks before. "She has developed an increasingly close, warm relationship with [both] the queen and her father-in-law, Prince Charles".

"Duchess of Sussex has her legs crossed wrong". Guests like David Beckham and Ore Oduba joined over 200 others at Buckingham Palace as the young leaders - including three from Canada - received their coveted awards.


She said: "Meghan's pose here is pseudo-infantile, suggesting a desire to look young and quite cute in a bid to make a complimentary and favourable impression on the Queen". Earlier this year, The Duke of Sussex was named The Queen's Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, meaning it's now his job to support The Queen's Young Leaders initiative.

The duchess' contact with Harry's arm would normally be an admonishing touch; she is turning downwards and clinging slightly.

Mark Cuthbert via Getty Images Meghan Markle attends a reception during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre on April 18, 2018 in London, England.


While the Queen may not miss the ingredient, Markle just may as she once revealed her favourite dish is a Filipino-style chicken adobo, which is packed with garlic.

The royal family is "furious" because Markle "erred into matters which Harry and Meghan may not have wanted discussed", a royal source also told The Sun. "We know that she's a keen feminist, it's written in her official bio on the official Royal Family website-a first!-and she's interested in issues that affect youth in the United Kingdom, such as gang culture".


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