From #boyhood to #man , but a blink of an eye. Picked up perhaps the last suit my son will show me to pick out and buy for him. Italian suit, light wool, Navy blue, tailored to fit like #davidbeckham or #princeharry
I remember them all from the baby white cotton and linen doors to the school blazers doors and black forest holy Communion suit to formal tux and high school and go to college suit to now finish inversion she ever the world suit. It's all gone so fast. But a blink of an eye. My #son#motherhood#babyboy#scholar#mom#mother#life
Harry is the modern Diana! I love how he is continuing his mother’s work! She was and always will be the “Queen of People’s Heart”
Harry is the “Prince of People’s Hearts” #princeharry#royalfamily#princessdiana
Thomas Markle hints that Harry & Meghan’s marriage won’t last.
The 74-year-old retired lighting director hasn’t spoken to the 37-year-old former actress since before she married the flame-haired hunk at the beginning of May but, from what he’s seen online, he’s convinced she’s controlling his dress sense – even though the royal family have strict fashion rules in place – and his eating habits.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday newspaper, he said: “Meghan is very maternal by nature. She loves to cook and she will mother Harry. He’s eating properly now, he’s dressing the way she wants him to. All men need that.”
Thomas also hinted that their marriage may not work out as the brunette beauty took the same approach when she was married to her first husband Trevor Engelson, from whom she split after two years in 2013 due to “irreconcilable differences”
“She was the same with Trevor [Engelson, her first husband], ” he added of the doomed nuptials.
Long before she was an actual princess, Meghan Markle had her own fictional princess dream.
In a post from Meghan’s now defunct lifestyle blog, The Tig, Meghan discussed her dreams of becoming a princess (albeit a fictional cartoon one), blissfully unaware that just four years later, she would herself become a real princess. “Little girls dream of being princesses. I, for one, was all about She-Ra, Princess of Power,” she wrote by way of introduction to an interview with Princess Alia Al-Senussi, admitting that she “had a bit of a ‘pinch-myself-I’m-emailing-with-a-princess’ moment” before her chat with the exiled Libyan royal and humanitarian back in 2014.
And Meghan not only revealed her favorite fictional princess (of course it would be the ultimate 1980’s girl-power icon) but she amazingly references her future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, and her royal wedding to Prince William.