Meghan Markle “Draws A Lot Of Strength” From Her Mom, Doria Ragland!

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I’m not actually much into the royals and all the hoopla that goes along with their weddings 🙂 I do understand that a lot of people love the “show”, however, and I get it. To each their own and all that ❤  I think it’d be a difficult thing, stepping into that world ? So I was pleased to catch this little blurb about Meghan Markle’s relationship with her mother. My hope is that their relationship will provide the support she will need for living life as a royal. ?

Motherly love!

With all the drama that surrounded Meghan Markle’s family leading up to the royal wedding, we’re happy to hear Prince Harry’s bride finds support in her mother.

According to People, the Duchess of Sussex takes after her classy but confident mom Doria Ragland in a lot of ways.

Related: Meghan Is Adjusting To Royal Life With Amal Clooney’s Help!

Meghan’s friend and makeup artist Daniel Martin told the outlet:

“Meghan draws a lot of strength from her mother. Doria is classy, chic and confident, but not unapproachable. I definitely feel Meghan gets a lot of that from her mother.”

A royal family friend added of Doria:

“She has a softness, but I detected a steely core to her. She has come through a hell of a lot.”

The insider also shared that the social worker “was lovely to talk to and bursting with pride.”

We can imagine so!! And we’re not surprised to learn Doria and aides like Harry’s new private secretary Samantha Cohen, will be big influences in Meghan’s life as a royal.

Do U think Doria should have walked Meghan down the aisle?? SOUND OFF in the comments (below)!

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