Meghan Markle real name: The Duchess of Sussex’s birth name revealed

Posted February 24, 2019

Meghan Markle has threatened the newspaper Mail on Sunday with legal action for publishing a private letter she sent to her father, in which she stated he had broken her heart "into a million pieces".

Katie Nicholl wrote in her 2017 biography, "Harry: Life, Loss, and Love", that Meghan Markle's husband prepared a sweet surprise for his brother and sister-in-law on their big day after their famous Buckingham Palace balcony kiss.

The paper also trawled comments posted on the parenting website Mumsnet, quoting one person who was "quite disgusted by the way she is burning through money". At the Endeavor Fund Awards, Meghan Markle announced that they do not know the gender and that they chose to keep it a secret until their child is born.

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Meghan's baby shower took place in The Mark Hotel Grand Penthouse Suite, which boasts gorgeous views of Central Park. Meghan, who is due to give birth in just two months, is travelling with an entourage of nine people, however there's one important figure absent.

The final treat in her NY visit was a Gulfstream G450 private plane, chartered by George and Amal Clooney, for Meghan's return trip. It's also been suggested that Meghan's friends paid for most of the shower.

Meanwhile, she looked happy to be with her friends earlier this week as they sat down for dinner at Ralph Lauren's The Polo Bar in Midtown Manhattan following her baby shower.

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"Let us introduce you to the royal couple!"

Thomas Reilly spoke of the importance of the trip as Morocco waited to greet Harry and Meghan.

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The Royal couple will also visit the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports to learn more about Morocco's growing program to support children with special needs through horse therapy. Since then, the couple have become media favorites at home and overseas.