Flowers from Meghan Markle's baby shower donated to charity

"She came across as a real homebody". People are wondering why she isn't defending herself.

Markle's representatives have reportedly been in touch with the online publication.

On Sunday, the couple met young women in Morocco to show support for girls' education.

As with any royal tour, outfits are usually planned in advance and despite being seven months pregnant, Meghan's proved once again that you don't need to stockpile maternity wear to dress your baby bump. However, they remained anonymous.

Thomas chose to make his daughter's letter public after Markle reportedly gave some of her closest friends the go-signal to talk to People magazine about some of the rumors she is now plagued with, including issues with her family. She is preparing food for her husband and her every day.

In the letter Meghan asked her father to stop lying to the press. "She has worked so hard, and there she was having a bit of fun". It now has five units, but will be turned into a family home. They also eagerly picked up on Meghan's one-night stay at the most expensive penthouse suite in America after the party was over and her private jet return flight, which certainly left "a carbon footprint".

The 74-year-old told the Daily Mail that he didn't think Markle's letter proved that she reached out to him to end their rift.

He foresees Markle's continued shoulder-rubbing with celebrities as a recipe for disaster, noting the duchess knows how to "project herself" in a highly considered way.

The visit to Morocco is the second to the kingdom in recent years by a member of the royal family, following a trip by Prince Charles in 2011.

The baby shower was attended by Megs pals including Jessica Mulroney, Serena Williams and Amal Clooney. This was another case of some royalty to defend the Duchess of Sussex.

"I mentioned the possibility of her doing movies and Hollywood, but it wasn't her thing".

The visit to the club allowed the royals to learn about equine therapy.

The royals are also scheduled to visit the Andalusian Gardens in Rabat this afternoon to explore Moroccan arts and crafts exhibitions surrounded by greenery. It is some kind of tradition.

  • Rogelio Becker