Meghanmarkle was seen in Chicago Thursday only weeks prior to her imperial wedding Prince Harry to finalize her app reports claimed.
"The Queen would have looked at Meghan and thought, 'American divorcee, let's think again, Harry, '" he said, adding that the monarch's blessing was "vital" for the wedding to go ahead.
"I think she'll bolt".
It appears that there is more royal wedding drama brewing, thanks to Meghan Markle's family.
Rosie Ginday, born in the United Kingdom to Punjabi parents, is among 1,200 members of the public to be invited to the royal wedding on May 19 in recognition of the impact they make in their community. Other preparations include a 6,000 space pre-booked vehicle parking area, food stalls and facilities, a team of 140 Royal Borough Ambassadors to help steward the event and decorations of bunting and ceremonial banners along the procession route.
Previously know as "Random Encounters" during its U.S. release run 5 years ago, the film wastes no time in placing Meghan Markle prominently on the DVD artwork, despite being a supporting actress.
We finally have a little bit more of an idea of what to expect from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding next month.
And Mr Fitzwilliams said Harry and Meghan are unlikely to be under obligation to invite Pippa - or any expected guest for that matter.
Giant screens across Windsor will show the Royal Wedding and procession live, it was revealed today (Saturday).
He said: "The emphasis is on those they want to ask and those they know".
Now, he said the public are thrilled to see the "gingerhaired roustabout" happy, and despite some underlying scepticism, he believes it's a "great love story that in 100 years' time people will be saying they were destined for each other".
Germaine Greer says Meghan Markle will "bolt" when the reality of life as a royal sinks in. "I'm sure that the Fleet St mavens will be sharpening their quills to attack her at some point", Morton said about the United Kingdom tabloids.