Meghan Markle Expected At Trooping The Colour Without Baby Archie Harrison

Saturday, 08 Jun, 2019

On the first day of his state visit to the United Kingdom, the US President was welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, while on Tuesday Donald Trump met with outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May. "Every time someone would say that, I would say "It's so nice to hear that".

Told this by the Sun, Trump replied, "I didn't know that".

Despite an audio recording of the interview, Trump later denied calling the Duchess of Sussex nasty, Tweeting to say it was "fake news".

"I think she's very nice", Trump told ITV's "Good Morning Britain", according to a partial transcript ahead of the broadcast.

Rather, Trump said, Meghan had acted nastily by criticizing him during the 2016 presidential election. So I have to be honest - I don't know her, She was nasty to me. I kind of thought she was too good for that'.

President Trump - the unofficial king of backpedaling - has just clarified his "nasty" comment about Meghan Markle (kind of).

Priyanka Chopra said that ever since her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has only used her platform for good.

Harry, along with brother Prince William, attended Monday's state dinner but have largely stayed out of sight during Trump's visit. "You represent something really quite special, you are special, and society will always recognise that", he said.

Last year, Duchess Meghan was at the event with the rest of the Royal Family.

Recently the media reported that Prince Harry kept his distance from trump and first lady when they visited the Picture gallery of Buckingham Palace.

"I think he's a terrific guy". Instead, the official said the president meant he was not aware of previous comments made by Markle.

Meghan Markle, a US-born actress and now the Duchess of Sussex, married Harry, a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II past year, having criticised Trump during his 2016 election campaign.

U.S. President Donald Trump departs Number 10 Downing Street during the second day of his state visit on June 4, 2019 in London, England.

The resemblance between Meghan Markle and Tiffany Smith, who plays the Duchess of Sussex in the highly anticipated sequel Harry and Meghan: Becoming Royal, is remarkable. In fact, he spent a lot of time talking with Ivanka (trump - the President's daughter) and my family.