How Kate is helping 'stressed' Meghan

Meghan Markle at her wedding

MEGHAN Markle's dad has infuriated the Royal Family after ranting about Princess Diana, an expert revealed.

Patience with the 74-year-old snapped following his interview on ITV and his prearranged paparazzi photo op, it has been reported.

Meghan Markle is reportedly deeply hurt by her father's latest accusations, including the claims that she shut him out of her life.

Great support to her in this scandal, according to sources, had Kate Middleton, with which they managed to make friends before her wedding with Prince Harry. "That's not what Diana stood for". "Her family have been dragged through the tabloids and she knows it's not nice". She turned 36 while on an African safari with her now-husband, Prince Harry, but this year they're expected to attend a very special event.

Would the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex imitate the typically English conservative style associated with Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, wife of her brother-in-law Prince William? The charity has been known to send the royal family gifts over the years.

Prince Harry would be sympathetic after all the drama and embarrassment his own parents put him through when he was a young boy. What riles me is Meghan's sense of superiority.

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He said: "I regularly buy a six-pack for the guys on the guard gate because they're stuck in a hot shack for hours each day and could use a cold one".

"Far from being silenced by the royals, I suspect she's not reacting on the basis of "least said, soonest mended", rather than getting into a public soap opera-type spat". I refuse to stay quiet.

Meghan, who celebrates her 37th birthday on Saturday - Happy Bday gal! - is said to have been left "amazed" by her father's latest round of interviews. And if she does, is the royal allowed to say yes?

Distraught Meghan Markle is furious her dream of becoming the first Royal to run the London marathon has been shattered, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.

Thomas Markle's embarrassing comments about his daughter Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex have reportedly pushed the royals into action. She once even said that her royal sister is to be blamed if their father dies.

At her first public engagement on May 22, three days after her wedding, Meghan wore a long pale pink dress by Goat, a British designer, along with a hat, a handbag and stockings.

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