Meghan Markle was ecstatic at the end of 2017 when Prince Harry proposed to her and set their royal wedding date for May. However, the royal family may be having second thoughts about Markle now after her former best friend came forward to reveal some secrets from her past that she definitely wanted kept hidden.
Daily Mail reported that Ninaki Priddy was Markle’s best friend for 30 years and was even her maid of honor at her first wedding six years ago. The two had a falling out over the way Markle ended things with her first husband, Trevor Engelson, and Priddy has now come forward to expose the side of Markle she is not allowing the royal family and the public to see.
“The person I knew is not there any more,” Priddy said as she looked at old photos of Markle. “Meg used to tell me she couldn’t imagine a life without Trevor. She said if anything were to happen to him she wouldn’t be able to go on. He cherished her, too. You should have seen the way he used to hold her face in his hands. We all felt he was her eternal love.”
Priddy went on to talk about how manipulative Markle is.
“All I can say now is that I think Meghan was calculated — very calculated — in the way she handled people and relationships,” Priddy explained. “She is very strategic in the way she cultivates circles of friends. Once she decides you’re not part of her life, she can be very cold. It’s this shutdown mechanism she has. There’s nothing to negotiate. She’s made her decision and that’s it.”
Much to the royal family’s dismay, Priddy said that Markle’s goal was always to be famous.
“Meg always wanted to be famous,” said Priddy. “She just loved to be the centre of attention. We used to imagine her receiving an Oscar. She used to practise announcing herself.”
“I wasn’t shocked or even surprised to hear about Prince Harry. I know she used to love The Princess Diaries — films about a commoner who becomes part of a Royal Family. She was very taken with that idea,” Priddy said.
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