Why Meghan Markle isn't falling for her father's 'crocodile tears'

Lawrence Kim
August 15, 2018

Photos of Harry's most recent trip this week have not been released, but royal reporter Carolyn Durand managed to take a screenshot of video taken while Harry was visiting a Xarakao village. "That's the one birthday gift she wanted from her father", the source said.

Since Meghan Markle is married to Prince Harry for a little while now, people have started talking about when the Duke and new Duchess will start their own family.

When Harry called him again, the prince was clearly annoyed, telling Markle: "If you had listened to me this would never have happened".

"Meghan Markle even had the celebratory piece of jewelry she gifted to herself engraved on the back with the following message, 'To M.M. From M.M". "He said, 'They will eat you alive.' He was right".

Mr Markle said: "That hurt".

He revealed that Harry told him, that if he had followed his advice, they wouldn't have had to face what they were facing then.

Mr Markle has claimed his sensational new interview with the publication will be his last.

Soon after, a series of very obviously staged pictures of Markle showed up in the tabloids.

The Duchess of Sussex's father says he was "upset" by the heated phone call with his son-in-law which he had while he was in hospital recovering from a heart attack.

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, has rarely been seen in public other than attending Meghan and Harry's wedding.

Meghan Markle knows his father and just doesn't believe it "crocodile tears". "I wish. them all the love and best wishes for the future", he told the newspaper.

He added: "But as for the rest of it, f*** it".

Kensington Palace issued a statement from Meghan and Harry asking for "understanding and respect" as speculation mounted that Mr Markle would pull out from walking his daughter down the aisle.

A friend of Meghan, 37, told The Daily Mail: "For the life of her, she can't understand why he's digging such a deep hole for himself and to say things like".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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