It’s been nearly a year since American actress Meghan Markle became Britain’s Duchess of Sussex and one person she quickly bonded with was the queen herself.
“I think what was most surprising, and refreshingly so, was how warmly included and accepted Meghan was,” royal expert Katie Nicholl told Fox News. “It was very important, I was told, to [Prince] Harry that he had the seal of approval from his father (Prince Charles), from his brother (Prince William) and his sister-in-law (Kate Middleton), but also from Her Majesty the Queen.”
Nicholl, a British best-selling author and royal correspondent for Vanity Fair, recently published “Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love,” which presents an in-depth look at Harry’s romance with Markle and how their high-profile union is reshaping the monarchy. It features interviews with friends close to the couple, those who have worked with Harry, as well as palace aids, among others.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have received hundreds of gifts. (Getty Images)
Markle, 37, officially became a member of the British royal family when she married Harry, 34, in May 2018. The couple is expecting their first child any day now.
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Prince Harry and Prince William ‘have had a rift,’ not Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, according to a royal filmmaker.
Despite rumors of an ongoing feud, the royal family reportedly put any animosity aside in order to celebrate the Easter holiday.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl recently told Fox News that the relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry started to go sour back in 2017, when William suggested Harry take things slow with his now-wife, Meghan Markle.
The suggestion allegedly did not sit very well and caused a rift between them. However, as rumors circulate that the brothers are at odds, they reportedly got together for some family time over the weekend.