The father of Meghan Markle, the new Duchess of Sussex, is opening up about how he wished he could have walked her down the aisle, his first interactions with Prince Harry, and his daughter's decision to get married for a second time.
Thomas Markle was reportedly paid £7,500 (approximately $9,875 in USA currency) to dish on his private conversations with Prince Harry and his thoughts on the royal family that his daughter recently married into.
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By giving Markle a nickname, not only does this show that Prince Charles approves of his new daughter-in-law, but it is also a sign of his affection for her.
Following months of being hounded by the paparazzi since his daughter's newfound fame, Thomas Markle was revealed to have made a deal with them involving staged paparazzi photos.
Recalling the moment when Harry asked him for the right to marry his daughter, Markle told the prince: "You are a gentleman, promise me you will never raise your hand against my daughter and of course I will grant you my permission".
Asked whether a "stork" had visited the palace yet, Mr Markle said Meghan has "wanted children for a long time".
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"I think stepping out in that sort of a gown is only going to fuel those rumors", Nichol added.
Royal fashion watchers have now seen Meghan at several events where she has been showcasing quintessential royal style, as well as her love of Treacy's work.
The Duchess of Sussex has already embarked on a solo trip with the Queen, 92.
"I wish I had been there, I wish it had been me but thank god he was there and I thank him for that". I started getting heart palpitations and I started getting chest pains and I said I have to cancel.
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"Meghan cried, I'm sure, and they both said "Take care of yourself".