Royal wedding carriage chosen by Meghan Markle, Prince Harry

Royal wedding carriage chosen by Meghan Markle, Prince Harry
12 things you didn't know about Meghan Markle

04 May, 2018

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have chosen the carriage that they will ride in the post-wedding procession. So, the question whether Megan's phone, her friend Priyanka Chopra in a recent interview, expressed confidence that this gadget is the bride of Prince Harry, of course, enjoys.

"I think Meghan was born to be a global influencer and this has given her the opportunity to do that", added the 35-year-old, as reported by E!

In a handwritten note, obtained by InTouch, Thomas implored Prince Harry to dump his sister ahead of their May 19 nuptials.

"Her own father didn't get an invite, whom should be walking her down the aisle".

Sadly, Thomas didn't stop there, as he also slammed the 36-year-old as a "jaded, shallow, conceited woman that will make a joke of you and the royal family heritage." WTF!

"It's very apparent that her tiny bit of Hollywood fame has gone to her head".

"And culminating in all that she does not call her own family and instead invites strangers to marriage completely".

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This isn't the first time Meghan's half-brother has hit out at the soon-to-be royal.

'She is giving the greatest performance of her life.

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If you are one of the lucky few with a ticket to Windsor Castle for Britain's royal wedding on 19 May you might expect a feast fit for a king. She's not genuine like Diana'. They share the same father, Thomas Markle, a former lighting designer for "Married ... with Children", "General Hospital" and other TV shows.

Thomas Jr, is a window fitter from OR and shares the same father as the royal bride-to-be, whom he has not seen since 2011.

The whole event is expected to take about four-and-a-half hours, and while guests will no doubt be delighted at seeing the royals tie the knot right before their eyes, there won't' be any food available for the guests to buy.

Hundreds of individuals are anticipated to line the streets of the city west of London to see them.

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