Meghan Markle's noisy father, who has given interview after interview in an effort to capture the attention of his daughter, the newly minted Duchess of Sussex, is reportedly causing quite the headache for the palace. "I made her the Duchess she is today", he said adding that "it would be easier for Meghan if I died" because "everybody would be filled with sympathy with her".
"These are exactly the kinds of rules that drove Princess Diana round the bend, so in a way Meghan's estranged dad is right about her being stifled by the royals".
This latest revelation puts to bed any rumours that Kate has been feeling "threatened" by the latest addition to the Windsor clan. The two of them really enjoy southern Africa.
It comes after retired lighting director Thomas, 74, told the Mail on Sunday he has not spoken to his "beloved Bean" Meghan for more than ten weeks.
No wonder Meghan hasn't made contact.
The cypher, which is used on letterheads for official royal correspondence, is allocated to each member of the royal family, and also to couples.
The source also claimed that while the best option would be to have Meghan contact her dad and plead for his silence, the Palace are anxious he will sell their exchange as a story.
Meghan and Kate at the Royal Foundation Forum in London in February. She'd be nothing without me.
And now, an expert has warned Meghan Markle that she needs to contact her father, Thomas Markle, before things escalate to unimaginable levels. Markle claims the phone number for her personal aides at the palace have been disconnected. Online: "PETA believes this animal-friendly bag is absolutely ideal for the Duchess, as she is mostly vegan and cares about animals and the environment - in sharp contrast to the leather industry, which, in partnership with the meat trade, kills over one billion animals every year".
Yikes! What a royal diss - but she should probably spell Chrissy's name correctly if she expects her to ever see it.
Double check your salad and wrap products, health officials say there are concerns about possible parasite contamination. The products being recalled were all produced between July 15 and July 18, with sell by dates from July 18 to July 23.
Among them were schematics for the Liberator, a single-shot.380-caliber handgun made nearly entirely of 3D-printed plastic. Gun experts say plastic guns may not work without some metal parts and that they could blow up in the hands of users.
But many experts say those are neither irrevocable nor serious steps that could show the country is honest about denuclearization. It remains unclear whether the boxes provided on July 27 include all of the bones North Korea has accumulated over the years.
The electoral commission warned that final results of the presidential first round may not be known until Friday or even Saturday. The MDC opposition alliance insist their candidate, Nelson Chamisa , beat the incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa .
A new species of aquatic mammal, a hybrid of a whale and a dolphin, has been identified in waters near Hawaii . Scientists who found the specimen tracked numerous species during a study off the island of Kauai past year .
In Samsung's just released Q2 report , the South Korean electronics conglomerate missed the mark on Galaxy S9 sales targets. The tablet comes with Samsung DeX built in so you can use it in a Windows style desktop way, event with a Bluetooth mouse.
They said he was embezzling money and later lied about it to investigators - before agreeing to flip and testify against Manafort. Gates has agreed to cooperate with the Mueller probe. "We're primarily here because of one man - Rick Gates", Zehnle said.
Under Mugabe, elections were marred by fraud and often deadly violence, with the European Union mission banned since 2002. As they danced to music blasting from speakers set up on a truck, police with water cannon circulated in the area.
But many experts say those are neither irrevocable nor serious steps that could show the country is honest about denuclearization. Initial forensic analysis suggested the remains were likely to be of American servicemen, the US military said.