Meghan Markle's Birthday Is Significant To The Queen for a Bittersweet Reason

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Another week, another Thomas Markle tirade.

"My father is upstanding and doesn't really drink and he doesn't do recreational drugs", she told the publication. "I think she's done a tremendous job maintaining the dignity of the Royal Family in hard times". In nearly the same breath, he then says he's "reached his limit" with her and the royal family, and that he is "about to unload on them".

At some point in the past couple of months, Meghan Markle must have sat down on her Royal Chair (I'm assuming this is a thing) and thought to herself: "hey, I'm a royal now".

The Duchess of Cambridge has taken the newly appointed Duchess of Sussex under her wing, with insiders claiming they have developed a close bond. They're quite different characters but they get along well.

The two women, both 36, are said to have bonded over their love of dogs, tennis and the great outdoors - with Kate recommending the services of British designer Emilia Wickstead to her new sister-in-law. "She's made a big effort to be kind to Meghan and look out for her".

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"Firstly, Meghan could contact her father straight away and appeal to him directly to ask him to stop hurting her, but right now she's chose to cut him off".

Kate has also offered some royal fashion pointers through London-based designers such as Emilia Wickstead. She included screenshots from the article and even made mention of Harry's late mother Princess Diana who he said "would have loathed the way I've been treated". But now sources claim that the royals have had enough and senior royal aides are trying to come up with a plan. I have no way of contacting my daughter.

'Those numbers were disconnected, they no longer work.

And, with their super chill vibe, it's highly suspected that Meghan and Harry will probably make the same choice, electing for their own children to take on a normal surname that relates to their title, rather than directly to monarchy.

However, unlike crest announcements, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's cypher wasn't publicly released and rather was discovered by accident live on air during a segment of Channel 7's Today show.