"My father is upstanding and doesn't really drink and he doesn't do recreational drugs", she told the publication. But to paraphrase everyone's favourite fictional dead uncle; with great royal power comes great royal responsibility, and Markle's had to sacrifice quite a bit to get to where she is today.
"Princess Diana is credited with changing the Royal Family, but she wasn't ideal", Markle continued. "That's not what Diana stood for". He even went so far as to say he's anxious he might die without speaking to her, "I could die tomorrow.Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died".
According to People, Markle's birthday celebrations will take a back seat as she and Prince Harry attend the wedding of his childhood friend Charlie Van Straubenzee, who will marry Daisy Jenks Saturday.
"I thought about sending it by Priority Mail Express, but the Palace would probably just soak it in water for three days to make sure it doesn't explode", he added.
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The Taliban source described as "useful" a meeting with Alice Wells , America's top diplomat for South Asia, last week. They added that there were "very positive signals" from the meeting , and that it was held in a "friendly atmosphere".
"They want me to be silent, they want me to just go away".
Not satisfied, Markle Sr. said that he is being kept from his daughter by her new family and that they have not been allowed to speak for 10 weeks. "But I won't be silenced", he insisted.
"I think Meghan's the one who'll bring them into the 21st Century, if they'll let her", he continued. However, he added, "I refuse to stay quiet". In nearly the same breath, he then says he's "reached his limit" with her and the royal family, and that he is "about to unload on them".
"Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died. I could die tomorrow", he mused. He loves Meghan, the royal family is destroying her, she needs to reconnect with her dear ol' dad, etc. etc. Yeah, I had my hopes up that it was The Bachelorette too, but still. Host Georgie Gardner was seen reading out a thank you letter from the Palace after sending the royal couple a wedding present (a picnic blanket with Australian landscapes, in case you were wondering) when she noticed the cypher.