"I'd say they try to see each other once a week, sometimes with Harry, sometimes Meghan goes on her own". He says it has been ten weeks since the two have talked, and the palace has disconnected the phone number he had for Meghan's personal aides.
Markle apologised for staging the fake pictures, which included him trying on suits and reading books about the royal family leading up to the wedding, but broke royal protocol during that interview by discussing his son-in-law's political views.
During the morning show Georgie shared that she gifted the couple a "neoprene picnic rug" when she was in London covering the royal wedding in May and received a thank you note for it. With the new Duchess of Sussex's "at her wit's end" over her father embarrassing her at seemingly every opportunity, who can Meghan turn to for support?
Markle Sr. made clear that he is not, in fact, an alcoholic, but he did take drugs while raising her to cope with pressure, as per The Mirror.
A source close to Buckingham Palace recently told The Mirror: "Meghan is deeply hurt by what is happening and everything is being done behind the scenes to make sure her welfare is at the top of the agenda".
"While Prince Harry and Meghan holding hands is atypical for royal engagements, it is a seemingly welcomed gesture to show unity and celebration of their engagement period", royal etiquette expert Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, told People.More news: Apple boosted by selling more expensive iPhones
Meghan Marklewill celebrate her first birthday as a member of the Royal Family this Saturday, but it's not just the newly minted Duchess of Sussex's big day - her date of birth is particularly special for her new grandmother, the Queen, too.
The admission came as he launched an astonishing attack against the Royal family - and admitted he doesn't care if Prince Harry never speaks to him again.
He lamented not being able to meet a future grandchild and believes that Meghan would prefer if he died because she would gain public sympathy. He reveals that our Queen manages to stay in shape (hey - I hope I look that good when I'm 92) by staying well away from pasta, potatoes and rice.
"Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died", he said.