A NEW book has revealed Meghan Markle’s plans after she weds Prince Harry, and how she dumped her first husband for the first time. The book, Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, written by famous royal biographer Andrew Morton, also contains stunning claims made by Markle’s former friend,...
A NEW book has revealed Meghan Markle’s plans after she weds Prince Harry, and how she dumped her first husband for the first time.
The book, Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, written by famous royal biographer Andrew Morton, also contains stunning claims made by Markle’s former friend, who says she is a “social climber” who is “controlling” and “fastidious”.
Morton, who originally wrote the late Princess Diana’s biography, spoke to numerous sources who share their memories and moments with the Royal-bride-to-be.
In the book, excerpts published by The Sun on Sunday, reveal how Markle, 36, dumped her first husband, Trveor Engleson, which came “totally out of the blue”.
The Suits star sent their rings back in the post after she left their West Hollywood home with a $A657 blender. After leaving him, she moved to Toronto in Canada, where her TV show was being filmed, as he career was taking off.
According to Morton’s biography, a former friend said Markle was tired of Engleson’s “scattered approach to life” while she was working on her popular TV legal drama.
“He was not the only one experiencing the Meghan chill,” Morton wrote.
“She no longer had the time for friends she had known for years, cancelling lunches at short notice or expecting them to rework their own schedules to accommodate the busy life of the rising star.”
Markle and Engleson had wed in Jamaica in September 2011. But by 2013, cracks had begun to appear in their marriage. But her decision to split with him came as a shock to Engleson, who had helped Markle land a role in the drama ‘Remember Me’, which starred Robert Pattinson, in 2009.
“He went from cherishing Meghan to, as one friend observed, ‘Feeling like he was a piece of something stuck to the bottom of her shoe’,” Morton wrote.
“Whether she wanted to admit it to herself or not, Meghan, who once said she couldn’t imagine life without Trevor by her side, was now building a new world for herself.”
Morton also wrote: “A wealthy entrepreneur friend claimed the marriage ended so abruptly that Meghan sent Trevor her diamond wedding and engagement rings back by registered mail.”
While he tried to move to be closer to her, it wasn’t enough.
Morton also revealed in his new book that Markle has plans to become the next “Princess Diana 2.0”.
He wrote about how she watched her funeral on TV back in 1997, and was crying.
A former classmate described Markle as a “party animal” while she attended Northwestern University in Chicago.
Morton also wrote about how Prince Harry’s future wife thought Donald Trump was “super creepy” when she met him on the US Deal or No Deal set.
It is unclear whether the couple will invite the US President to their nuptials, but Markle first came across him when he was a guest on the game show to help promote his popular show, The Apprentice.
A Royal courtier also told Morton that Queen Elizabeth II has a confidence in her grandsons that she has never had in Charles.
According to Morton, the courtier said Harry and William appear more capable than their father.
The courtier also revealed Markle had described the Queen as “an incredible woman”.
More than 100,000 visitors are expected in Windsor, west of London, for the wedding of Prince Harry and the US actress on May 19, police said.
“The policing operation will be among the largest in Thames Valley Police’s history,” the force said in a statement.
“This national celebration is expected to attract in excess of 100,000 people from around the world to Windsor,” it said.
Thames Valley Police also announced a raft of security measures already in place, including road barriers and number-plate-recognition technology ahead of the big day.
Local businesses and visitors “can expect to see an increased police presence” ahead of the wedding including armed police, search dogs and helicopters, the police said.
“On the day, visitors may be stopped and checked,” it said, adding that police would also be patrolling stations and train carriages into Windsor.
“Once you arrive in Windsor there will be a screening and search regime. Any items that may pose a risk to the public will be removed,” the statement said.
Prince Harry and Markle are to marry at St George’s Chapel, within the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II’s Windsor Castle residence.
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