Prince Harry’s new lady love has been interviewed for the very first time since news of her royal romance hit the headlines.
Meghan Markle, famous for her role on the US TV show Suits has said she is the “luckiest girl in the world."
Speaking to the Toronto Sun, she chatted openly about her role on the hit show, admitting that the sexiness of her character sometimes concerns her.
During the interview, she confessed she never wears risqué clothes in real life because her mother told her “never to give the milk away for free."
But she’s confirmed she’s at a very happy place in her life right now.
“My cup runneth over,” she told the Toronto Sun. “I’m the luckiest girl in the world.”
Her interview comes at a precarious time for the 35-year-old actress, as her half-sister Samantha Grant has spoken out against Meghan.
Samantha has claimed Harry “would be appalled” if he knew how “narcissistic and selfish” the actress’s treatment of her bankrupt father was.
The Daily Mail reported that Meghan’s disgruntled relative struck out when she heard of the rumoured relationship.
“The royal family would be appalled by what she's done to her own family,” Samantha alleged.
“The truth would kill her relationship with Prince Harry, he wouldn't want to date her anymore because it puts her in a bad public light."
“I certainly don't think Harry or his family would want to associate with her afterwards," she said.
Meanwhile, it’s been reported that Harry has already introduced Meghan to his father Prince Charles, the future king of England.
But what does this mean? Watch the video below to find out!
People magazine reported that the royal meeting has already taken place and the new couple are already thinking of taking things to the next level.
“Harry is pretty serious about her and she is pretty serious about him,” says the pal.
Adds a close friend: “It’s great. They have a lot in common and I’m sure they will get on very well.”
Has Prince Harry found his match? Here's what he said about his future "One" in the video below.
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020