• News
  • Entertaiment

Prince Charles Is More Obsessed With Meghan Markle Than We Are

Prince Charles Is More Obsessed With Meghan Markle Than We Are

"We spotted this attractive, woman with a familiar air outside the entrance to the private residence where Harry & Meghan live", she wrote alongside the snap.

The photo, which went viral on Twitter after being shared by a USA journalist, shows the woman in question out for a walk with her dog who has stopped to poop.

This report comes on the heels of Markle's family pervading the news with drama following the initial announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry previous year.

"She owes my father a lot of love and respect".

In an interview with People this week, Daniel Martin, who was responsible for the Duchess of Sussex's glowy wedding day makeup, opened up about Meghan's strength of character amid the whirlwind of drama that often seems to follow her every move.

She accused Meghan of "fake waves and smiles" in her most recent public tirade after it was revealed the Duchess of Sussex hadn't spoken to their father in months, reports The Sun.

In particular, since she's been betrayed so consistently by her father Thomas Sr, half brother Thomas Jr and half sister Samantha Grant, she feels she can only trust her mother Doria Ragland, who is spending an increasing amount of time in London to support her daughter. "The duchA** can bow to the daddy", Grant, also known as Samantha Markle, wrote on her Twitter, as per the Evening. "She needs to wake up and be a kind person". "NOT working. Spotted her - as did many of us".

Meghan has previously shared photos with her dogs on her defunct Instagram page.

Her dad, Thomas Markle, has continued to criticise her and her new husband to the press, while her half-sister makes rude remarks on social media.

"I think on her wedding day she just wanted to be herself".

'I can't believe this - so cool!' one wrote.

"I'm here on vacation", she responded on Twitter.

Leave Your Comment

Leave Your Comment


Latest News

Breaking News



Recommended

Can Russia and China trust each other?

Shinzo Abe also said the living generation has the responsibility to "completely remove the post-war scenery" from the region. Russian and Japanese foreign ministry officials said work on the future agreement would continue as usual.

Hungary's Viktor Orban accuses European Union of 'abuse of power'

Nearly 450 members voted in favor of the motion, 197 voted against, and 48 abstained. "I am in complete agreement with the result", Juncker said.

Former Trump manager Manafort to plead guilty in Mueller probe: court documents

The discovery of his witness contacts led to a superseding indictment in June and Manafort's jailing ahead of his trial. Trump has raised the idea of a pardon for Manafort with White House aides and others, a source told NPR.

Bank of England’s Carney extends term at helm to Jan 2020

In October 2016, Carney said he would step down in June 2019, two years short of the eight years governors usually serve. To view the full article, register now.

British UN Envoy Pierce Says UK 'Strongly' Agrees With Erdogan on Idlib

Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed in the conflict and millions more displaced, according to the UN. Idlib is the insurgents' only remaining major stronghold and a government offensive could be the war's last decisive battle.

Rat Wipes $190M Off Restaurant Chain's Value

As word of the shocking find made it to major global news sites, the scandal start impacting the restaurant chain's bottom line. Xiabu Xiabu released a statement on Saturday night saying that it valued food security and would make improvements.

Apple's $29 iPhone battery replacements will cost $69 after December

The bigger question is whether you consider the iPhone XR's $750 a reasonable price for a new iPhone that isn't its top flagship. If you want a 2018 iPhone (and not the iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone 7), you can keep a little more money in the bank.

President Weah makes surprise return to football against Super Eagles of Nigeria

After the game, Liberia retired jersey number 14, which was worn by Weah during his footballing peak. Weah was the victor of the 1995 Fifa Player of the Year for his exploits with Paris Saint-Germain.

Hurricane Florence Coverage From Around The State

Even miles away from the Atlantic, North Carolina residents in low-lying areas are boarding up and emptying stores. U.S. television networks said 7pm to 7am curfews had been put in place in several towns surrounding Myrtle Beach.

Too many teens are using Juuls, according to the FDA

The FDA point out that, despite lacking tobacco and plenty of the nasties present in normal cigarettes, nicotine itself is hardly a benign substance .