Palace holding meetings on how to deal with Duchess Meghan's father

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Dig deep into the archives for any food-related Meghan Markle interview, and you'll find her waxing lyrical at one point or another about pasta.

According to Vanity Fair, Kate has been "a pillar of support" for Meghan as she becomes a member of the royal family, including weekly hang outs and phone calls.

"I'm really hurt that she's cut me off completely".

She said Meghan and Thomas need to "gain closure" on the events in the lead-up to her wedding, including the photos he admitted staging to improve his public appearance. And earlier this month, Markle seemingly broke royal protocol when she and Harry, 33, were on their first overseas trip as a married couple. I'd say they try to see each other once a week, sometimes with Harry, sometimes Meghan goes on her own.

Accusing the royal family of forcing the Duchess to cut him off and claiming it would be easier for his daughter if he died, Markle has been publicly opening up about his daughter since missing the royal wedding in May. "Everything that Meghan is, I made her", he claimed, noting that he paid for her private school education and vacations overseas. "At the very least, a senior courtier should go out and placate him first". "I feel that the second you do that is when you start to binge on things", she said.

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Meghan and Kate at the Royal Foundation Forum in London in February. The retired Hollywood lighting director claimed he hasn't spoken to the former actress in more than 10 weeks and even shockingly said the late Princess Diana would have "loathed" the way he's being treated. "I have no way of contacting my daughter", he added.

"Those numbers were disconnected, they no longer work". She'd be nothing without me.

However, unlike crest announcements, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's cypher wasn't publicly released and rather was discovered by accident live on air during a segment of Channel 7's Today show.

The admission came as he launched an astonishing attack against the Royal family - and admitted he doesn't care if Prince Harry never speaks to him again.

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