The Royal Rule Meghan Markle Finds Difficult To Follow

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Meghan Markle's father is "utterly furious" after Sharon Osbourne said it was "so obvious" he had a "bad drinking problem".

Issues among the newlywed's family have been widely reported and it's not the first time her half-sister has attacked her online. And in those tweets, she let loose with a barrage against the Duchess.

Meghan Markle, who was earlier spotted on a working trip to Ireland along with Prince Harry, has had a shift in her style statement. Despite her enthusiasm for publicity, she keeps her Twitter account private. "Act like a humanitarian, act like a woman".


"How about you pay tribute to your own father?!" she wrote.

BBC quoted Lord Hain, the chairman of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, as saying: "London was the centre of the anti-apartheid struggle".

And in another, she invoked their father.


Thomas Markle, the father of Duchess Meghan Markle, has given another interview. All eyes were on the wife of Prince Harry's choice of handbag - the royal is known as a bit of a bag Queen and her latest arm candy is actually a sale item. She recently wore a ponytail to Prince Louis's christening, and she received some royal-watcher flak for appearing in public without wearing Queen Elizabeth's sanctioned flesh-colored tights during her engagement photo shoot.

A source told ET last month that she's still receiving advice and guidance from her best friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney.

Meanwhile, jealous step-sister Samantha Grant is working on a scathing book titled "In the Shadows of the Duchess". Typically, members of the royal family stay away from political discourse and so the Senator quickly deleted her tweet.


Thomas Markle, the Duchess of Sussex's father, has spoken to ITV's "Good Morning Britain", giving his side of the story on the staged photographs and having to watch his daughter's wedding from afar. But for a couple of minor mistakes - forgivable mistakes, considering she's new to this - she has lived up to expectations and then some.

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