'Meghan is looking forward to introducing Harry to everything she loves about the USA'.
Thomas was meant to walk Meghan, 36, down the aisle when she married Harry, 33, at Windsor Castle two months ago but he was forced to pull out at the last minute in order to have heart surgery. And while the Duchess of Sussex is certainly praised for her sartorial savvy, she does have a helping hand who lives in her former home base of Toronto, Canada.
"He had to come up with a good enough reason not to attend her wedding and avoid any further embarrassment after those staged photos went public", a source says.
But despite what Markle calls another family feud which Meghan is "responsible" for, Thomas said that he still wants nothing more than to be apart of his daughter's life.
In a less-than-surprising statement, she teamed the protocol-breaking look with a co-ordinating £600 clutch by Mulberry and £520 Dior shoes. Despite her enthusiasm for publicity, she keeps her Twitter account private.
Pleased to meet you Meghan speaks to Mr Mandela’s granddaughter
He also said that he thinks that speaking out in the media will, eventually, win him favour within the royal family.
"I see it in her eyes, I see it in her face and I see it in her smile".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed the sunshine on Tuesday morning as they paid a visit to London's Southbank Centre to take a look at the new Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition. Stylist and close friend to Meghan, according to the Mail, Jessica Mulroney, is apparently advising the Duchess remotely on her fashion choices.
"The number of high profile engagements Meghan has had since officially becoming a member of the royal family would no doubt be quite nerve wracking", Karen told the MailOnline. "You've been trashing her for two years you little vulture".
"Why in 2018 are we dressing like the 1930s?" he also commented.
Israel suspends fuel deliveries to Gaza over arson attacks
The fishing zone enforced by Israel off the Gaza Strip was also reduced from six nautical miles to three. Food, medicine and other humanitarian supplies would continue to be permitted through the crossing.