‘Meghan Markle's dad made up heart attack to avoid royal wedding’

Tanya Cunningham
July 19, 2018

And while the Duchess of Sussex is certainly praised for her sartorial savvy, she does have a helping hand who lives in her former home base of Toronto, Canada.

Meghan Markle has only officially been a royal for two months but she's continuing to raise the fashion stakes with each royal engagement.

The Duchess of Sussex made a public appearance with her husband Prince Harry on Tuesday to visit the Mandela 100 Exhibit - a collection of history, images, and memories celebrating what would have been Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday - and she was looking stylish in a sleeveless trenchcoat dress.

The X Factor favourite continued: "She is so dignified".

Sharon raised eyebrows a few days ago when she claimed on national television that it's "obvious" Thomas has a drinking problem and encouraged him to get sober and then try to reconnect with her.

"My father is not an embarrassment for loving his daughter!" she wrote.


'It's totally untrue and he's been through enough with his recent health issues without people making these sorts of allegations.

"It was curated by the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and I asked their royal highnesses to come as he does charitable work in southern Africa and she has said before that Nelson Mandela is one of her heroes". Is the Duchess distancing herself from them because of their antics, or are their antics the result of Meghan settling into her new life?

The 53-year-old shared a news story on the couple's visit with the caption: "How about you pay tribute to your own father?!" I know her smile. Very different from the one last week, I might add - but that's by the way.

Two weeks before the royal wedding, Meghan Markle's brother also penned a handwritten letter urging Prince Harry to call off the wedding.

During an interview with The Sun, Meghan's dad even said he thinks the former actress is not happy at all at the Palace and is in fact, "terrified" but hiding it behind 'a pained smile'.

Speaking during an interview on Good Morning Britain, he admitted he hadn't been able to "get over" the furore surrounding the photos, saying: "I've got a bit of a heart condition and this pushed me a little further to the point where I had heart palpitations and I had to go to the hospital".

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