Meghan Markle burdened by trust issues and shrinking inner circle

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Meghan Markle burdened by trust issues and shrinking inner circle

Emily Nash, royal editor with Hello! magazine, said figuring out who you can trust is part and parcel of royal life - the only difference being that Harry, William and Kate, who first became at least informally indoctrinated into the royal circle as a teenager, have had years to cultivate a close circle of friends - and it's rare that you'll see any "new" friends on the scene.

Indeed, Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, has also spoken out about his famous daughter in numerous interviews since she Wednesday in her lavish Windsor Castle wedding. The DUCHASS should be humane to our father who has given her everything ... and this media crap can stop!

Just this week, Meghan's sister Samantha took to Twitter to coin a nasty schoolyard nickname for her and attack her yet again.

She added: "Sorry folks there is no valid or a good argument in favour of inhumane treatment of both sides of the family and a best friend of 30 years".

And she's also now one of the most scrutinised, with her every move and outfit picked apart during every public appearance.

Daniel shared that 'There's a small group of us that check in with her and see how she's doing, but she's still the same person'.

In the series of bitter tweets, Ms. Markle wrote: "She owes my father a lot of love and respect". I know her smile.

The woman in the image does look like Meghan, with her petite frame and pretty face. But since announcing her engagement to the British royal past year and their wedding in May, she has moved full-time to the United Kingdom where she is trying to forge genuine connections of her own. I think there was an element of "out of sight, out of mind" for Meghan, ' she said. I don't like the one I'm seeing now.

Thomas, who also recently underwent heart surgery, apologised but has since revealed his daughter has not spoken to him in months after the gaffe.

"That might be just having a couple of bad days". Meghan's ancestor Steve Ragland was born into slavery in 1848. I think she's under too much pressure.

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