Prince Charles Is More Obsessed With Meghan Markle Than We Are

Angelo Anderson
September 12, 2018

In her latest Twitter rant, the duchess's older half-sister, Samantha Grant, labeled Markle a "DuchA**" over her treatment of their father, Thomas Markle, according to the Evening Standard. But the former Suits star didn't come alone. "There's a high price to pay to be married to that family".

"All successful marriages are based on finely-tuned and often fluctuating power signals that form a complimentary 'fit" for the couple, ' Judi told Femail.

'Meghan arrived in the United Kingdom as a confident, eloquent, grown-up bride-to-be with a glittering Hollywood career on her CV, ' Judi explained. "Really where we see it in full force is when they're on walkabout".

Meghan's birthday was in early August-and while she was clearly allowed to receive cards offering well wishes from her admirers, the royal family don't typically accept unsolicited gifts unless they're under a certain value. "She's finding it hard to know who to trust".

This may be a conscious move by Meghan Markle to seem less dominant in her relationship.

When the Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family in April 2011, she was given a very thoughtful wedding gift from her stepmother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.

While Meghan is eager not to outshine her husband, she's still a strong woman who doesn't want to fade into the background.

According to author Angela Levin, the Duchess feels she needs to "protect" her prince - as he continues to deal with the emotional burden of his mother's tragic death.

"It's quite a controlling quasi-maternal support gesture, pushing him along, but it's also flirtatious".

'Harry's "James Bond" style departure from his wedding showed he likes to see himself in the role of romantic hero.

Recent reports that Meghan's mom, Doria Ragland, is taking nanny lessons are causing people to think she is preparing to welcome a grandchild. They also enjoyed a pre-wedding trip to the ballet.

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