On Tuesday, Markle went off on her duchess half-sister on Twitter calling her out for spending the day pay tributing to Nelson Mandela and his family but not taking the time to talk to her own. Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian act like a woman!
The Duchess of Sussex has arrived at an exhibition charting the life, career and politics of one of her heroes, Nelson Mandela.
Dlamini-Mandela, a former South African ambassador, described the exhibition charting her grandfather's career from activist to president as "hugely significant". I'm not going to wave flags and make a fool of myself. All they have to do is speak to me'. My thing about my daughter right now is that I think she is terrified.
During the presentation, Meghan can be seen turning to Prince Harry and showing him her arm, implying that the song was giving her goosebumps.
The 36-year-old Duchess of Sussex has been expertly navigating her official royal visits since marrying Prince Harry in May, but a source tells People that she's found some aspects of royal protocol "difficult to understand". Very different from the one last week, I might add - but that's by the way.
His granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela also praised the couple, saying having the younger royals will encourage a younger generation to learn about her grandfather. I don't know. It really worries me. "She's ready to work as much as she can on as many projects as they will allow".
A few days later, Kensington Palace released a statement stating that Thomas would not be walking Meghan down the aisle as he had to undergo heart surgery in the US.
"It's sad that it's got to this point". Yes, some of it is my fault. "But I've already made it clear that I'm paying for this for the rest of my life".