Meghan Markle just wants to wear trousers

Brenda Watkins
July 19, 2018

"Meghan has been anxious to jump in and learn as much as possible", a royal source told ET.

"Her Majesty the Queen had a particularly strong personal relationship with Nelson Mandela".

Meghan was pictured speaking at length with Mandela's granddaughter Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela at the exhibition, who praised both her and Harry, saying their stance on "justice and fairness in the world makes them a shining example for the youth of today".

Of course, Meghan has made headlines for breaking royal protocol.

Let in on the secret, prison guard Christo Brand is said to have initially refused to allow Mr Mandela to see his grandchild - but eventually gave in, despite fearing he might lose his job. She was instead photographed sitting next to Harry and the queen with her legs crossed. Right from wearing an olive green dress at Prince Louis' christening, an unusual pick for a royal to her black pantsuit during her last day at Ireland, the former actor's sartorial choices have been praise-worthy.

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Meghan wore a blush pink trench dress by Canadian fashion label Nonie that sells for $825.

All in all, it's a hot mess right now between Meghan and her family.

It no doubt meant a lot to Harry after his late mother Princess Diana famously met Mandela previously during a private visit to South Africa in 1997, months before her tragic death. "If anything, feel sorry for Meghan".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed the sunshine on Tuesday morning as they paid a visit to London's Southbank Centre to take a look at the new Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition.

Thomas Markle seemingly can't stop talking about his famous daughter, even though he said he would stop chatting with the press in his interview with The Sun that was published on Sunday. The Duchess of Sussex, who was usually known for her opting for pastel shades teamed with a messy bun was seen ditching it to pick bolder hues and textured hairdos. "I actually can't get over how good she looks in it". "There's a high price to pay to be married to that family". "Why do they have to cover their knees?"

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