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Resurfaced video shows Meghan Markle in a UN Women campaign

Resurfaced video shows Meghan Markle in a UN Women campaign

"Meghan is not personally funding her working wardrobe, that is funded by Prince Charles' office", royal expert Victoria Arbiter told Inside Edition.

The paper went on to explain that the duchess is allowed to keep samples from businesses (like fashion houses) that cost too much to return, gifts from businesses that are offered as souvenirs during official royal tours and presents sent from United Kingdom public bodies.

"The PR machines can stop trying to make out she's making an effort - she is not".

The dig comes just days after Samantha wished Meghan a happy birthday on August 4 before urging her to send a "belated" card to their father for his on July 18. "I suppose the good news is that she did wear a lovely lace bra".

Pasta, which is one of Meghan Markle's favourite foods of all time has been banned by the Queen from the Royals menu, as she dislikes starchy foods. "She does not have a bad bone in her body, but she's not falling for her dad's crocodile tears. Yeah, sure, she had Suits, but other than that, their invitation was mostly for self-promotion".

Meghan was also celebrating her 37th birthday at the wedding!

Throughout Meghan's time in television, she hasn't won any awards and hasn't been nominated for an Emmy either. For me, once we hit the 100-episode marker, I thought, "You know what?"

When she went home, she told her dad, who encouraged her to write letters.

'Royal rota journalists are being kept further away from [Meghan] than we were before the wedding, ' he wrote in a series of tweets.

But that all might be about to change, according to her sister Samantha.

"It would only offend her if Trevor shares personal details that were put into character or scripted", Grant said.

Markle also said Rwanda's Kagame, who has championed women in parliament, should be a role model, 'just as we need more men like my father, who championed my 11-year-old self to stand up for what is right'.