Meghan Markle 'heartbroken she can't visit her mum due to coronavirus'

  • Meghan Markle 'heartbroken she can't visit her mum due to coronavirus'

Meghan Markle 'heartbroken she can't visit her mum due to coronavirus'

"Through my work I am fortunate to meet some incredible, interesting and inspirational people and over the past 2 ½ years I feel honoured to have spent much time with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex", she said in a post, featuring five "glowing skin moments" of Meghan, one of which is a close-up of Meghan's natural wedding beauty look.

However, a new report in The Sun says that Meghan hasn't seen her mom since moving to LA even though they live "just ten miles away". Furthermore, it was never revealed where Archie was born either, but now fans know.

"And to Meghan, Harry and little Archie: sending lots of love and positivity during this transition".

"Meghan is anxious that she won't be taken seriously as an actress", an insider told the Daily Mail.

She and Harry moved from Canada to LA recently, sparking more discussion of a potential acting comeback, as they will be living just a short drive from Hollywood.

The duchess had to leave her TV career behind when she joined the royal family in 2018, giving up her long-running role on Suits to marry Harry in a lavish royal wedding. Because of her age, Doria obviously has to be careful and Meghan and Harry are sticking rigidly to all formal guidelines when it comes to coronavirus.

Meghan also intends to be taking a break from performing, the report claims.

"[She] has made it clear to her team that she will only work with A-list directors, but she doesn't understand that this doesn't necessarily mean they want to work with her".

Likely visiting Meghan at home for her bespoke treatments, Chapman said it was in this relaxed environment that she got to know the royal couple so well.

And last week it was reported that Harry and Meghan would like to see their family grow as they navigate life after royalty.

However, they have reportedly been advised not to see each other as the virus sweeps across the United States, where it has now killed 8,452 people in the nation.