Meghan Markle Is Glad To Be Out Of 'Claustrophobic' Palace

Meghan Markle

The Sussexes announced they would be heading to Africa for a royal tour at the end of June and shared their excitement over their "first official tour as a family". So, it was about time that Prince Harry's son met his royals cousins.

A royal insider EXCLUSIVELY revealed what Meghan Markle will be up to this year for her birthday.

According to The Today Show, a lot of people pointed out that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle failed to use Prince George's full name in their birthday wish.

Meghan Markle isn't stressed about shedding her baby weight. While many fans and spectators were shocked and delighted to see Markle, some of their excitement fizzled when they tried to get closer to take some snapshots of her.

No matter where grandma lives, it's clear that Meghan and her mom are extremely close - and with 10 bedrooms to choose from at Frogmore, there will always be a place for Archie's granny to lay her head!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in New Zealand previous year, as part of a royal tour that included stops in Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

Ms Ragland joined the royal couple on one of their first solo outings following their wedding previous year which was to launch the cookbook Meghan helped to make with the survivors from the Grenfell Tower fire. She lives in America, she has got a job so it's not like she can suddenly throw everything up in the air and it's not like Meghan needs her to.

'We aren't told how to behave around the Queen like this. "I'm sure Archie will be going to America quite soon".

"Obviously for Meghan, she's not putting any pressure on herself, taking her time, she's breastfeeding".

Harry was on a Walking Wounded expedition in the Arctic at the time, and he said he was "looking forward to getting back, putting on a uniform and strolling down the aisle with him".

The Duchess has said of her mum: "My mum's a yoga instructor, but she does social work, as well, and she works specifically with the geriatric community".

I am just kidding, but there is a bit of truth in this statement as well.



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