"The poor health story was his way of generating some compassion from the public, and taking the attention off those staged photos which were a complete embarrassment to Meghan and the royal family". "She's very overwhelmed with all the rules of the Palace", a source told US Weekly. "I think she finds it a little frustrating at times", the insider said, "but this is her new life, and she has to deal with it".
While everyone else was begging to get invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, her dad, Thomas Markle Sr., was reportedly just trying to cash in on his daughter's newfound global fame, and now "a source close to the Duchess" just said Thomas faked that alleged heart attack he had right before the wedding. "Now, everything has to go through official Palace". She doesn't have her own publicist, she can't make any comments on Twitter and she can't reach out to him to tell him to stop speaking to the press. "Her father's comments have an effect on everything".
She then claimed she wouldn't talk about her royal half-sister, saying: 'The objective of that show would not be to discuss her'.
According to Nicholl, Meghan's husband, Prince Harry, has been "incredibly supportive" of his new wife, though she also appears to have the situation under control.
In her first interview with Prince Harry after they announced their engagement, Markle said that she was giving up her acting career, but she was happy to put Suits behind her.
"Does she want this to be the last thing we've said to each other?"
Having been an actress for over a decade, Meghan has plenty of friends in NYC and then, hopes to visit her mother, Doria in LA, where she resides.
"They won't deal with this behind the scenes because it will end up in tears", Brewer added. The two also have a specific goal in mind for their visit, according to the source.
Meghan and Harry are understood to be "frustrated" at Mr Markle's regular interviews.