Meghan Markle Is Glowing in Latest Outing With Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Is Glowing in Latest Outing With Prince Harry

Five of Meghan's closest friends also spoke out against " the global bullying" they are seeing against the duchess in a series of interviews with People magazine.

"Markle and Prince Harry are now just 2/1 from 5/1 to welcome two new additions into the royal family, which to put into context is now more likely to happen than the United Kingdom leaving the European Union by 29th March at 9/4". The star said history was repeating itself and warned: 'We've seen how that ends'.

Meghan and Harry's outing comes just one day after the expectant royal was defended by George Clooney, who attended the pair's wedding a year ago.

A tiny makeshift igloo dug into the snow housed framed images from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding day, with candles and soft music to welcome Harry to the Quincey Shelter, where he met Lance Corporal Lee Lovack and air engineering technician Kevin Burns.

This comes after Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper published a personal letter allegedly sent by Meghan to her estranged father; the actor felt the need to step in to defend the Duchess.

Prince Harry and his elder brother Prince William, the second in line to the throne, have had a strained relationship with the press since their mother, Princess Diana, was killed in a vehicle crash in Paris in 1997 while being chased by paparazzi on motorbikes.

"Daddy, it is with a heavy heart that I write this, not understanding why you have chosen to take this path, turning a blind eye to the pain you are causing", the letter reads.

"I can't tell you how frustrating it is to see that", he said. "She's getting a raw deal there".

In 2016, shortly after their relationship became public, Prince Harry issued a rare statement criticizing the media for intruding into Ms. Meghan's private life, saying the press had subjected her to "a wave of abuse and harassment".

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