According to Lizzie Cundy, Meghan Markle “wanted to meet someone” in the UK and “loves London males.”
MEGHAN MARKLE apparently “wanted to meet someone” in the UK before being set up on a blind date with Prince Harry, according to TV personality Lizzie Cundy.
When Meghan Markle, 39, visited the United Kingdom, she “wanted to meet someone,” according to TV personality Lizzie Cundy, 53. The news comes after the Duchess of Sussex and the TV star became close, prompting the former Suits actress to discuss her love of English males with her new friend after a trip to the city in 2013.
She had a desire to meet someone.
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Meghan made no secret of her wish to meet an Englishman, according to the columnist.
Lizzie told the Daily Mail, “We have a clip of her saying: ‘I want to be a London girl, I love London men, and I love anything to do with London.”
Meghan and Lizzie met for the first time in 2013 when the English journalist accompanied the American actress to a charity event in the United Kingdom.
“When Meghan came over here, I was instructed to watch after her. Lizzie explained, “She wanted to meet someone.”
However, after meeting Prince Harry and being engaged a few years later, the actress revealed how Meghan “ghosted” her.
“She ghosted me after the engagement happened,” Lizzie stated.
“Obviously, she has ghosted a lot of people, including her family, so I’m not the worst person she has ghosted.”
Meghan and Harry met on a blind date set up by a mutual acquaintance in 2016.
Harry said he knew Meghan was the one from “the very first time we met” during a photocall at Kensington Palace Gardens following their engagement.
The pair announced their engagement in November 2017 and married in May 2018 at Windsor Castle.
The couple welcomed their first child together, son Archie, a year later.
Buckingham Palace issued a statement in Spring 2020 declaring that the couple will step down from official royal duties, stoking rumors of a royal family split.
After a brief stay in Canada, the couple relocated to Los Angeles, where Lilibet was born earlier this year.
The power duo has landed multi-million pound partnerships with Netflix and Spotify since relocating to the United States.
They also launched Archewell, a non-profit dedicated to “community-wide systemic cultural change.”
The Duke of Sussex recently announced that a memoir of his life will be published next year.
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