I made her the Duchess she is today. Because apparently he's now an expert in what Princess Diana would think about things?
But her estranged father, Thomas Markle, doubts he'll even be able to reach her.
"Everybody would be filled with sympathy for her". Knowing that royal fans will often run out to purchase whatever their favourite duchess is wearing, it's a smart move by PETA, their main goal being to inspire everyone to wear vegan-friendly clothing and accessories.
Meghan is set to spend her first birthday as a member of the Royal Family at the wedding of one of Harry's closest friends, Charlie Van Straubenzee.
The briefcase-style bag is definitely up Meghan's ally, as one of her favourite handbags, the Strathberry Midi Tote, has a very similar shape and feel.
In the interview Chrissy was referring to, Thomas, 74, claimed that Meghan "excised" him from her life for constantly talking to the media and changed her phone number.
In his most recent interview, Markle Sr also complained of being "cut off" by his daughter and admitted that they haven't spoken for 10 weeks.
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.
With Thomas claiming he'd hate to die without seeing his daughter again, he's slammed the royal family's treatment and says they should be ashamed of how they've acted. "I think she's done a tremendous job maintaining the dignity of the Royal Family in hard times".
They continued,"I'd say they try to see each other once a week, sometimes with Harry, sometimes Meghan goes on her own". Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died.
The monogram was first revealed last week on Australia's "Today Show" when presenter Georgie Gardner told viewers he had received a thank-you note from Kensington Palace for a wedding gift he had sent Meghan and Harry, displaying the letter - and monogram - on the air.
"I was having my good years then, making good money, and could afford to give her the best, with a good school, good education, good home".