Duke and Duchess of Sussex praised by Nelson Mandela's goddaughter

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Meghan Markle's wowed the fashion crowd in everything from trench dresses to off-the-shoulder pastels over the past couple of months - but trousers are reportedly off the menu for the newly-minted royal, and she isn't pleased about it. However, despite her quick acclimation, it seems she "has found certain rules in the royal household hard to understand".

"I think she finds it a little frustrating at times, but this is her new life, and she has to deal with it", the source adds.

"Of course Meghan is upset with him".

Samantha Markle sent a flurry of angry tweets on Tuesday night following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visit to the Nelson Mandela centenary exhibition in London. 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.

And he is defiant in his determination to stay in the press, saying he didn't like the way he was portrayed during the run-up to the royal wedding because "the press beat me up every day" and is convinced that continuously speaking out with court him favour with the royals.

The Duchess was all smiles as she met 92 year-old Andrew Mlangeni who spent 26 years on Robben Island
The Duchess was all smiles as she met 92 year-old Andrew Mlangeni who spent 26 years on Robben Island

Meghan Markle's father is "utterly furious" after Sharon Osbourne said it was "so obvious" he had a "bad drinking problem". She also hailed the duo's "support for justice and fairness". Despite her enthusiasm for publicity, she keeps her Twitter account private. She's accused her of being both a gold-digger and a publicity-hound, for example.

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Thomas told the paper he was anxious for his daughter, adding: 'I see it in her eyes, I see it in her face and I see it in her smile.

"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.

Tagging Kensington Palace in her series of tweets, the 53-year-old continued, "Glad you have so much time to gallivant around paying tribute to others while ignoring your own father!" Let us know in the comments section below.

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