She added that she didn't think it was fair that the former actress had to give everything in order to marry Prince Harry, noting that she'd given up her career, her home country and even her religion in order to be accepted.
A source said: "Michelle had a hand in introducing Harry to Meghan, 36".
A Random Encounter, which co-stars soon-to-be Royal Meghan Markle, is heading to DVD and Digital platforms just in time to get you in the mood for the upcoming Royal Wedding. "She will realise the monarchy has been around 1000 years and she is not going to start throwing her weight around in the early days".
That means President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May are not among 600 people invited to the May 19 ceremony at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel.
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.
The 79-year-old also cautioned that the novelty of life in the Royal family would fade fast - describing the Windsors as ludicrous, fearfully controlling and frightfully boring.
"I've done everything I can to try to reach Meghan, but we are not invited".
It will be friends and family, rather than politicians and world leaders, at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding next month.
A host of glamorous pals including tennis supremo Serena Williams and Made in Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh are expected to attend the Royal Wedding.
Asked by Corden if she and David would be guests at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials, the fashion designers replied: "I don't, I don't know". They look so happy, - replied the wife of David Beckham. "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.