Thankfully, the official social media accounts dedicated to capturing the gilded life of the royal family now includes updates on Markle in their feeds. This is reportedly a part of a "tacky endorsement deal that has senior royals seeing red". "This is exactly the type of exploitation that Charles and his mother hate". While speaking to The Sun, Thomas said he considers the prince to be a "gentleman". "[Charles] said that he [Thomas] was already bringing shame and embarrassment to his daughter; it wasn't a pleasant conversation", the insider said.
Harry, fifth-in-line to the throne, and actress Markle, best known for the TV legal drama "Suits", announced their engagement in November, with the wedding set for May at Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle home to the west of London. Where will the royal wedding take place?
The Palace has yet to respond to the Enquirer's claims.
But maybe she'll be inspired by Meghan's casual approach, after all, she has been known to rock a hairband and a Topsy Tail, so she's not afraid to take risks!
While it's possible the Royal was referring to the the fact that his younger sibling has other candidates in mind or is simply taking his sweet time, there may also be some royal red tape getting in the way, just as it did for Kate and Pippa Middleton this past spring, when the younger of the Middleton sisters Wednesday James Matthews.
However, he recently shared his thoughts about his daughter's engagement.
"I don't see it as giving anything up I just see it as a change", the 36-year-old, who is due to marry into the royal family this May, told the BBC. "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist", she said in 2015 during the 20th anniversary of the Beijing women's conference that adopted a roadmap to achieve equality for women.
They divorced when Ms Markle was six.