But she’s still the same girl I met years ago, with the same values and priorities.She’s selfless, and that’s just a part of who she is and who she was raised to be.”Well, one important takeaway here: Markle’s friends apparently call her “Meg.”Another would seem to be: Markle Roth goes on, “We should all strive to handle the ups and downs of our lives as gracefully, smartly, elegantly, positively, realistically, and graciously as Meg has.”Roth visited Markle in Toronto recently, where she says Markle hosted her and picked out a particular candle to light in the room she was staying in—“a scent that was so me, that she knew I’d love.” Roth continues to gush: “Meg has especially developed into an extraordinary businesswoman, actress, writer, and advocate for women and children.”Roth said that she and Markle have a mantra they have found helpful—in addition to “#nobadenergy,” apparently.“There’s a motto that Meg and I have consistently come back to throughout the years: ‘I choose happiness,’” says Roth. Meg does that.”This interview provides us with some new information, but it also leaves us with many questions.It is alleged that the pair, who are said to be ‘close friends’, got back in contact after the Australian singer-songwriter split with her fiancé earlier this year, according to Aussie magazine New Idea.Apparently Andrew, 57, contacted Kylie, 48, to offer his condolences on the breakdown of her relationship and this led to them speaking more frequently, with Kylie reportedly spending much of her time with the prince over the last fortnight. Just bite the bullet and sort it out.''Rule number two, shut the door, turn the telephone off and the TV and sit down and say: "I'm here for you.
She has a long history with them, attending the Royal Variety Performance, charity work and even being invited to sing at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.The Queen, who has proved accommodating to the Duchess over the years, waved happily at her son and ex-daughter-in-law, both 55, but Philip, who blames Fergie for their marriage break-up, cannot stand to be anywhere near her and appeared less than impressed. Andrew, the Duke of York, and Fergie, who still share a Grade II listed house together - Royal Lodge at Windsor – despite separating in 1992 and divorcing in 1996, were with their daughters Princess Beatrice, 26, and Princess Eugenie, 25.He turned his head once to see them and then craned his neck again after his carriage had gone past to catch another glimpse of the Duchess and the rest of the Yorks’ party. They were joined by the girls’ boyfriends, Dave Clark and Jack Brooksbank, and one of Andrew’s old flames, Catrina Skepper.There has even been talk of them remarrying – a suggestion sources close to the couple deny – but friends of the Duchess have said she knows there will be no chance of a full return to the royal fold, certainly while Philip is alive.The Queen has done her best to maintain cordial relations with her ex-daughter-in-law, inviting her to Balmoral for summer breaks and allowing her to use Windsor Castle for a party for her charity last year.