Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's $4.5m temporary farm home

Danny Woods
January 10, 2019

A royal insider has refuted reports Meghan Markle is seen as "difficult" by staff, revealing that she is in fact "well-liked", and describing her management style as "very different" to that of her sister-in-law Kate Middleton.

A screenshot taken by The Telegraph shows a photograph of a smiling Meghan above a message, dated January 10, which said: "The Duchess of Sussex announced as our new Royal Patron".

Two of the patronages - for the National Theatre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities - have been passed on to the duchess by Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, who has held them for 45 and 33 years respectively. And when she was just 11 years old, she wrote to Procter and Gamble because she thought one of their advertisements was sexist. Industry leaders spoke of their hopes that she would champion the arts.

An image reportedly showing the new bucolic hideaway of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has surfaced. Her Royal Highness studied theatre at Northwestern University and starred in Hallmark Channel movies and popular USA television series, Suits for seven years.

Rumours of a royal rift between the women began swirling after news emerged that Meghan and Harry will move away from Kensington Palace to make their home 25 miles away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Windsor. She will also play an important role in helping convince a younger generation of the importance of theatre.

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Local residents have said that "heavy security measures" have been put in place since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved in.

As well as meeting Norris, the Duchess has met with Campaign for Female Education and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Meghan is involved in the charity as she "is a strong advocate of accessible education for all". Such organisations will be likely candidates for potential future patronages. "The Duchess' patronage will inspire the women we serve and help them reach for the stars". "We would like to thank Her Majesty The Queen for her support, and we look forward to working closely with The Duchess as our Patron".

Mayhew is an animal welfare charity which helps cats and dogs through community initiatives and veterinary care.

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