Queen Elizabeth II has made “a particular effort” to make Meghan Markle feel incredibly welcomed as a member of the British royal family, Duncan Larcombe claims.
The award-winning British journalist and author reports that the reigning monarch is extending an invite to the 38-year-old on an array of royal engagements.
The move is said to be an effort to ensure Markle doesn’t feel like an outsider as her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, felt when she joined the family.
“Meghan seems to have forged a particularly close relationship with the queen if you compare that to when other people have married into the royal family,” said according to Larcombe, who has spent more than 10 years working as a royal editor for The Sun newspaper in London.
Queen Elizabeth and the Duchess of Sussex stepped out together on June 14, 2018.
Larcombe added it is an effort that “wasn’t afforded to Kate [Middleton],” when the Duchess of Cambridge married Prince William in 2011.
Markle, formerly an American actress, officially became a member of the British royal family when she married Diana’s son and William’s younger brother, Prince Harry, in May 2018. The couple welcomed a son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, in May of this year.
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