Everything you need to know about Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and her new life as part of the British royal family. Buckingham Palace has made it clear that the Duchess of Sussex's influential "Markle sparkle" is not for sale, after reportedly ordering designer Jennifer Meyer to remove photos of the duchess from her eponymous jewelry brand's online presence. On Tuesday, a "dozen images" of Meghan Markle wearing pieces by pal Meyer – with links to purchase – were allegedly removed from Meyer's Instagram and website for her fine jewelry business, the Daily Mirror reports. Frustrated officials for the palace are said to have recently contacted Meyer, ex-wife of actor Tobey Maguire, and demanded that she take down the potentially "damaging" pictures of Duchess Meghan in the bling. Prince Harry, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in September.
According to Meghan Markle's close friends, the Duchess of Sussex has tried to repair the relationship between her and her father, but there's a good reason why she has distanced herself from him. Remember "Markle Sparkle," the marijuana inspired by the Duchess of Sussex? Meghan Markle's pot-growing nephew now says the brand has made him so rich, he's hoping to cash in with another royally branded hybrid pot strain. "People have always called me the black sheep of the family but I've been working my --- off to make a living in a very competitive business," Markle's nephew, Tyler Dooley, told The Daily Mail. "Markle Sparkle made headlines and made me a lot of money."
Nick Bullen, co-creator and editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV, discusses his new documentary'Meghan For President?' and whether Meghan Markle, the Hollywood actress-turned-Duchess of Sussex, could find herself pursuing a political role in the US. Meghan Markle is rewriting the meaning of what it means to be a duchess. The former American actress, who became the Duchess of Sussex when she married Britain's Prince Harry in May 2018, has endured a year of accomplishments and controversies as she took on her newest challenge -- motherhood. Since becoming a member of the world's most famous royal family, the 38-year-old welcomed a son named Archie in May of this year. But life as a royal has been far from smooth sailing, as Markle's every move has been heavily scrutinized by the tabloids.
Meghan Markle has become more accessible to royal fans by wearing Marks and Spencer clothes and accessories. Rochelle White, a celebrity stylist, recently told the Daily Mail, "Being seeing wearing a brand that everyone can pretty much buy is a great way for her to be relatable." White added that Markle wearing pieces from Marks and Spencer suggests that she is embracing her life as a new royal in the United Kingdom. "M&S is a quintessentially British brand, it is iconic. I think Meghan is really trying to embrace her new surroundings and be seen in British brands to show that she's open to new things," she said.
Nick Bullen, co-creator and editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV, discusses his new documentary'Meghan For President?' and whether Meghan Markle, the Hollywood actress-turned-Duchess of Sussex, could find herself pursuing a political role in the US. Fans reportedly cried foul over a social media post shared Monday by Stella McCartney highlighting Meghan Markle's outerwear. According to Page Six, social media followers inundated the comments section of a since-deleted Instagram post on the popular United Kingdom fashion brand's profile that showed the Duchess of Sussex donning a black-belted, double-breasted overcoat by McCartney, which per the outlet, carries a price tag in excess of $2,300. Markle wore the ensemble during Remembrance Day services at the Cenotaph in Westminster on Sunday. Sophie, countess of Wessex, and Meghan, duchess of Sussex, attend the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at the Cenotaph in London this past weekend.