Sine her marriage to Prince Harry in May, Meghan Markle has been relatively active as a member of the royal family, although none of the outings she has been a part of have been solo ones. A snippet of Meghan’s reaction to her dress was shown in the trailer for Queen of the World, a new ITV documentary series about Queen Elizabeth II, 92.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, leaving Windsor Castle after their wedding in May.
Predilection for hunting aside, Markle’s infamously loose-lipped father has given us another reason to question the alignment of Harry’s political beliefs.
But there’s something about her statement which has left many people slightly confused – is that a British twang we hear in her voice?
Markle contributed to a new cookbook that features recipes from the women behind the Hubb Community Kitchen, which has links to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
I’m sure if any Aussie was adopted into the Royal family, we’d try to pull back our bogan accents…
“I’m going to tell everyone, I met her (each of the cooks)!”
Doria – who was last seen in the United Kingdom when she attended the wedding of her daughter – was reportedly overheard introducing herself as “Meg’s mom”.
Meanwhile Meghan’s mum introduced herself as “Meg’s mum” and said she “couldn’t be more proud”.
Throughout the event, Markle and her mother served dishes with women from the Hubb, the community who the book aims to support.
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She then made secret trips throughout year to learn more about what they do, before deciding to collaborate with them and help publish a book to help fund the kitchen.
“It would be so lovely and appropriate of you to send DAD a BELATED birthday card for his July 18th”, she tweeted on the Duchess’ 37 birthday on August 4.
Claudine Jeffrey is one of the group visiting from Antigua to work in Buckingham Palace.