Meghan Markle wears Canadian label NONIE to Nelson Mandela Exhibition

Prince Harry and Meghan recently visited an exhibition in honour of Nelson Mandela

Prince Harry and Meghan recently visited an exhibition in honour of Nelson Mandela

Thomas emphasized that he wants to maintain a "father-daughter relationship" with Meghan.

Meghan Markle's father, Thomas Markle, continued his criticism of the British royal family in a new interview with The Sun on Sunday.

Judi said: "When we first met Meghan she was the confident, eloquent U.S. star whose signature styling was a very accessible and authentic-looking fuss-free tailoring".

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Thomas was quoted saying his daughter is struggling to cope and its showing in her smile. "They don't know how to get in touch with Meghan and she's not getting in touch with them". "I don't like the one I'm seeing right now".

"It really worries me".

Thomas said that he felt his daughter was under far too much pressure, and that he didn't understand the need for a dress code. "There's a high price to pay to be married to that family". He also revealed Meghan and he had had a falling out of sorts over the years. Meghan, 36, looked incredible in a tailored, sleeveless trench coat by House of Nonie - a Canadian brand- and accessorised her latest look with a pair of Dioressence pumps by Dior and a Mulberry Clifton shoulder bag. "Why do they have to cover their knees?"

"Anyone who makes a profit off the royal family becomes shunned".

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However, amidst his strong words, he added that he did not blame Prince Harry for anything, explaining: "I'm not blaming Harry or anyone but they are following rules that don't make sense to me".

The royal has always been a champion of Canadian fashion brands, dating back to her time living in Toronto to shoot the TV series "Suits".

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle have just made their first solo royal appearance together and now experts are weighing in on their supposed new friendship.

He added: "Half of Great Britain seems to make a fortune selling pictures of my daughter and her husband". I want to be a part of their life. "I don't get it", he continued.

Sam Richardson, a coach with the association, told PEOPLE: '[Kate] says with George just being 4 he wants to whack a ball.

And while this is a sweet gesture from a man who misses his child, I WISH he'd stop harping on to the press about it.

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