Prince Harry's Relationship With Meghan Markle Comes Undone?
By Michelle Guanzon, November 22, 2016 08:11 AM
"Be the change you want to see in the world," the "Suits" actress and girlfriend of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle shared Mahatma Gandhi's famed quote.
This was after Meghan Markle relationship with Prince Harry went undone captioning its shared post : "Sending some extra love today to Emily, Sol, Domi, Hannah, Sih, Doris, Jessy, Scarlett and all of you who have been so supportive for years. I've missed you guys."
Meghan Markle took to Instagram to thank her friends and fans for their support after the wake of abuse and harassment she was subjected to when her relationship with Prince Harry was first revealed.
To recall, Kensington Palace confirmed Harry and Markle's relationship in a statement earlier this month.
Prince Harry had escalated interest in Markle, after confirming its relationship through issuing an official statement rebuking media for the "harassment" his girlfriend has been receiving- an unprecedented move by the Palace and for such a senior member of the royal family.
The 35-year-old American actress, who has been dating the British royal for at least two weeks, finished filming season six of "Suits" in Toronto early Sunday. She celebrated with her co-stars and director Roger Kumble, who announced the news and posted a group selfie on Instagram. Markle was last spotted on set Saturday with a friend and a production security guard.
According to Markle, December is holiday time and she is looking forward to be with her family and to travel. Meanwhile, Harry began a two-week official royal visit to the Caribbean Sunday, traveling in place of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. He landed at V.C. Bird International Airport in Antigua and was greeted by Guards of Honor and their marching band. His visit marks the 35th Anniversary of Independence in Antigua and Barbuda and the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados and Guyana during his visit.
Prince Harry was also expected to bring Meghan Markle with him to watch the England-South Africa rugby match on Nov. 12 but ended up attending the game without her.
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