Why Meghan Markle has been going on secret 'incognito' trips to London

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrives to attend the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks at St Mary the Virgin Church in Frensham, England, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.

Fair enough, given that the eyes of the world have been on the former Suits star since she was linked with Prince Harry even before their official public debut at the Invictus games in Toronto previous year.

By all accounts, Markle has adjusted quite nicely to her whirlwind life as a royal, but let's not forget it was only a few years ago that she was living a life of relative anonymity, filming her show Suits in Toronto. The 37-year-old has hard time publicly dealing with the strained relationship with her father Thomas Markle. Her wardrobe needs and priorities have changed.

"Meghan has lost touch with some of her close friends from before the wedding, which has been tough", a source told the publication.

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It looks like Meghan Markle is losing friends nowadays and it's all because of her newfound status as a royal. "There's a small group of us that check in with her and see how she's doing, but she's still the same person", Martin said. According to People, Meghan Markle routinely goes to the Whole Foods five minutes from Kensington Palace incognito. "That's why it's so freaky for me sometimes to even think about her in that way, because that's not who I know".

It's also believed actress Priyanka Chopra is among the names on that short list as she was persistently asked about the royal wedding in the months before the Windsor ceremony, but tactfully managed to give little to nothing away. According to author Katie Nicholl's book Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, Markle even made several large dinners for herself and Prince Harry during their early courtship.

One of the reasons why Meghan is getting so much attention for her wardrobe is because she's wearing outfits that fit her frame nearly perfectly, according to one former fashion director named Hilary Alexander. It's no surprise she's trying to maintain some sense of normalcy.

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