A body language expert has revealed something very interesting about Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. The couple is headed Down Under for this year

Meghan Markle labelled 'duchASS' by angry sister Samantha

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle nearly stayed out of the public eye for most of their summer holidays, with only making special appearances at occasions like Harry's best friend's wedding or the charity screening of Hamilton.

She accused Meghan of "fake waves and smiles" in her most recent public tirade after it was revealed the Duchess of Sussex hadn't spoken to their father in months, reports The Sun.

However, claims that Meghan has cleared her diary conflicts with the royal couples planned trip to New Zealand next month.

Taking to Twitter, Ms Markle wrote: "I am not candy coating anything anymore! The duchASS can bow to the daddy", she wrote.

The PA told Gerry that Meghan had personally picked that one out as her favourite picture.

Thomas has said the royals were freezing him out of his daughter's life over his alleged staged photos and controversial interview with a British talk show fronted by Piers Morgan. Grant also added that people can't see the negative traits in Markle much like people are blinded by President Donald Trump, the Standard noted. "She's finding it hard to know who to trust".

"I don't believe she gave him enough of an opportunity".

"When I heard it was Kensington Palace on the phone, at first I thought it was one of the colleagues having a laugh, but no, it was serious".

Around the same time, Grant predicted the relationship with Prince Harry would not last, branding Markle selfish and stating she would soon turn her back on her husband as she did to her father, as per the Express.

Former Hollywood lighting director Thomas, also dad to Samantha, 53, and Tom Jr., 51, said he watched Meghan's wedding on TV as he recovered from heart surgery.

Many of Ragland's family members still live in Georgia after Meghan's third great-grandfather, Steve Ragland, was born into slavery in 1848.

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