Meghan Markle burdened by trust issues and shrinking inner circle

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Flora from the 53 Commonwealth countries were represented on Meghan's five-metre-long veil, as well as two of the bride's favourite flowers: wintersweet, which grows in the grounds of Kensington Palace in front of Prince Harry and Meghan's home Nottingham Cottage, and the California Poppy, a nod to the former actress' place of birth.

This report comes on the heels of Markle's family pervading the news with drama following the initial announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry previous year.

"She's been doing her makeup herself".

"She spends most of her weekends in the Cotswolds with Harry", the source tells People. When she wasn't sporting her usual off-white manicure, Diana was often seen with bright, neon red nails, from when she went on her official tour of Argentina in 1995 to when she attended an event for VJ day with her son, Prince Harry, that same year. "The bond between them is very close".

And now it's been reported that Meghan Markle is finding it so hard to trust not only her family but also old friends, that's she's started to freeze some of them out of her life.

"It was very wearing on her". "The beginning of marriages are not that easy, but to have that impetus of your own family being disloyal is awful and embarrassing".

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Meghan Markle's charming sister, Samantha, has taken to comparing the Duchess of Sussex to Donald Trump.

At one point during her rant Samantha proclaimed that the Duchess of Sussex "wasn't much different than Trump" - clearly failing to see the irony that it was her, not Meghan, coming up with Trump-esque insults on Twitter.

"Sorry folks there is no valid or a good argument in favour of inhumane treatment of both sides of the family and a best friend of 30 years".

Meghan's childhood friend, Ninaki Priddy has also spoken out about how she lost contact with the former Suits actress, claiming it was after she moved to Canada and chose to divorce her first husband, Trevor Engelson, which Ninaki didn't agree with. I think there was an element of "out of sight, out of mind" for Meghan, ' she said.

Prince Charles is said to call Meghan Markle "Tungsten" after the metal, because of her "tough and unbending" nature. If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don't panic.

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