Jessica Mulroney helped pick Meghan Markle's NONIE trench dress


The Rosewater design comes with a gold chain strap, striking button detail and can be adjusted and styled in plenty of different ways - the Duchess used it as a clutch as opposed to wearing it in her favourite look - across her body.

Grant's outburst occurred two days after Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, told The Sun that he thought the new Duchess of Sussex looked "terrified" to be a royal and that she hadn't spoken to him since the day after her wedding to Prince Harry.

"Her Majesty the Queen had a particularly strong personal relationship with Nelson Mandela".

Jessica and Meghan go way, way back, having first crossed paths while the duchess was filming Suits in Toronto. In fact, she is technically a bit of a royal rule-breaker.

Suitably clad for the great British heatwave, the Duchess eschewed royal tradition in a powder pink trench dress by under-the-radar label, House of Nonie. She also rocked a black Givenchy pantsuit earlier this month during her and Harry's visit to Ireland. And for Meghan, that's her father's side. "She just looked so awesome it".

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle met Nelson Mandela's granddaughter at the opening of the London exhibition that marked the former South African president's 100 birth anniversary. "She's been also leaning on Samantha Cohen, assistant private secretary to the queen, and a much admired favorite of the queen in Buckingham Palace".

He spoke with TMZ on Tuesday after reports surfaced that Meghan and Harry were upset he was still going through the media to talk to the royal family. Stylist and close friend to Meghan, according to the Mail, Jessica Mulroney, is apparently advising the Duchess remotely on her fashion choices.

Thomas Markle seemingly can't stop talking about his famous daughter, even though he said he would stop chatting with the press in his interview with The Sun that was published on Sunday.

"After which his wife Graca Machel scolded him, saying: 'You can not refer to Her Majesty the Queen on first name terms, ' to which he replied: 'But she calls me Nelson"'. I took care of my mother the last five years of her life. "Why do they have to cover their knees?"