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According to a report from Page Six, Meghan Markle once tried to get a job on the set of The Wendy Williams Show, much to the surprise of some of the royal family member's fans on social media. "It's like you're not going to be ideal on your first". Sally Jones, a fellow Wimbledon attendee, told The Daily Telegraph that a royal protection officer told her not to take any pictures of Meghan because she was at the event "in a private capacity".

"This is so ridiculous, this obsession that her and Harry have about privacy".

"I'd also add she does on duty workwear really well". She very quietly spent months with the victims of Grenfell, and then released a cookbook filled with recipes she learned from them to raise money for the cause.

"I remember watching her on tour in Ireland and that basic wardrobe of cropped trousers, basic shirts, blazer and then a smart fitted dress for the evening, seems to see her through her working days".

She said plain and simple, "Meghan wanted to work here".

How about that: Wendy said her on-staff lawyer Jen Klear was at Wimbledon that day and managed to get a snapshot of Meghan.

"It's nearly certain that Meghan and Harry will add to their blossoming family in the next few years and we think a second pregnancy is most likely to come next year", Harry Aitkenhead of Coral's said. "She has no maternal instincts at all", slammed one person. The charity match will help raise funds and awareness for more than 15 charities supported by William and Harry, including African conservation organisations, rugby charities and the Invictus Games Foundation.

However, Wendy did not agree. In this case, it seems that she - or at least, her security team - have taken it a step too far. As a new mum, why can't Meghan try to enjoy this special time with her family in her own way?

"These are friends, private citizens, not celebrities or public figures", an unnamed "royal source" explained to PEOPLE. It's understood that the Sussexes have been invited to spend the end of July and early August with the queen in Scotland, and that Her Majesty is even planning a special birthday celebration for her granddaughter-in-law Meghan, who turns 38 on August 4. She was sitting right there, and she took a picture, ' Wendy said as the snapshot appeared on the screen behind her.

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