The Meghan Markle necklace that got her in trouble with the Palace

Lawrence Kim
August 2, 2020

We are obsessed with her stylish wardrobe.

She had earned a less than stellar reputation during her time as a member of the royal family, but now, another bombshell has been dropped which claims Meghan Markle was always somewhat of a diva even before she married Prince Harry.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has faced multiple accusations of being hard since her exit from the royal family, and a source from her Suits days has added more fuel to the fire. The necklace in question featured a dainty gold chain design bearing the letters "H" and "M".

According to Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand's upcoming biography of the Sussex pair, Finding Freedom, Meghan extended an olive branch by gifting a soft leather Smythson notebook to her for her birthday and also building a close relationship to Kate's daughter, Princess Charlotte.

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According to Scobie and Durand, Meghan had a conversation with a senior Kensington where she "said little during the call, choosing instead to simply listen to the counsel". But after hanging up, she felt frustrated and emotional. "I'd been seeing her for a period of time where I couldn't tell anyone at all and William was longing to meet her, and so was Catherine... so you know, being our neighbours, we managed to get that in quite a few times now and Catherine has been absolutely".

A friend of Meghan was quoted in the book as saying: "He definitely didn't hide the fact that he was keen. They make out like I'm to blame for these pictures, that it looks like I'm encouraging them, that even me acknowledging the cameras may not be sending the right message". "I don't know what to say".

Meghan subsequently wore a similar necklace to the one in question at Wimbledon a year ago.

And while some may have thought that the Duke of Sussex's move had been somewhat aligned with the modern ways of sparking a new love story, his texting methods to woo his ladylove had been more contemporary than anyone would have ever imagined.

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