Meghan Markle freezing out friends she feels she can't 'trust'

Meghan Markle freezing out friends she feels she can't 'trust'

Recently, Meghan Markle and her husband Harry revealed what they thought was the most hard part of being part of the Royal Family.

"She spends most of her weekends in the Cotswolds with Harry", a source tells PEOPLE in this week's issue.

Those who wrote letters to Meghan received a postcard with a picture of her interacting with a crowd and a short but sweet message at the back.

"I think on her wedding day she just wanted to be herself".

In other words, her own father betrayed her trust.

And now it's been reported that Meghan Markle is finding it so hard to trust not only her family but also old friends, that's she's started to freeze some of them out of her life.

"The beginning of marriages are not that easy, but to have that impetus of your own family being disloyal is awful and embarrassing", the source said.

Meghan Markle freezing out friends she feels she can't 'trust'

Samantha Markle has publicly hit out at Prince Harry again, this time likening him to a hamster on his 34th birthday.

When Meghan Markle is in the royal spotlight, she shines, but she takes pains to fly under the radar when she's not on official duty. She loves make-up and she's good at it.

So, Martin did what anyone might do: "I showed her some pictures on my phone and she was like, 'Ok great.' So that was the extent of our makeup trial!"

"The one time she did a red lip, she just didn't feel comfortable in it", Martin added.

Having not been properly briefed on the "DS" code names, an anonymous caller asked "why would I want to speak to" David Stevens?

"Meghan has lost touch with some of her close friends from before the wedding, which has been tough".

Ms Grant also lambasted the Duchess of Sussex on Monday saying she should be "humane" to her father. "Once she decides you're not part of her life, she can be very cold".

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