While Meghan Markle is keeping a low profile these days in preparation for the birth of Baby Sussex, she will eventually have to resume her real duties.
The new mother will probably be busy with a variety of real commitments, including charity functions, sporting events, and high society meetings.
Even though one might think that Meghan Markle might find it difficult to find kindred spirits in many of these engagements, considering her record in California, it seems she may have a new best friend to turn to.
Meghan Markle keeps in touch with her friends?
Since her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has not had much leisure time. She began her royal duties shortly after the wedding after a brief honeymoon and has since been active.
Although Markle clearly loves her job and has manifested herself many times over how much she likes to devote her time to charitable causes, she is likely to still find time to talk to friends.
While his high profile friends include such celebrities as Amal Clooney and Priyanka Chopra, Markle's other close friends may surprise some real-life viewers.
Reportedly, she still keeps in touch with her Suits co-stars. His list of friends also includes famous stylists, sports stars and consultants. She was certainly able to enjoy some time with the nearest and dearest in her February baby shower held for two days in New York.
Who is the countess of Wessex?
Although Markle has his own bubble of friends, none of them is a member of the royal family. It seems natural that Meghan Markle wants to try to find some people within the real circle with whom she can talk and whine, discussing experiences and similar ways of approaching difficult situations.
A few weeks after Markle's wedding in May 2018 with Prince Harry, the couple set out on one of Markle's first royal engagements – the Royal Ascot, a horse-racing event that is supposed to be a major favorite of Queen Elizabeth. Elegantly dressed in white and black, Markle sat beside the Countess of Wessex, the wife of Prince Edward, and a steady presence in many royal events.
The seating arrangements were probably orchestrated somehow by Queen Elizabeth, who supposedly wants the Countess of Wessex and Meghan Markle to become best friends.
A real source claims that Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, managed to raise her children modestly and quietly, away from the spotlight. This is similar to how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to raise their children, so the Countess could be an excellent mentor to Markle and a great role model for parents as well.
Like Markle, the countess of Wessex also had a thriving career before marrying the royal family. She worked in public relations before her marriage to Prince Edward, and even after receiving two children, continued a busy schedule as a real work.
She works with more than seventy different charitable organizations and is keen to promote opportunities for children and people with disabilities. His work ethic and commitment to charity definitely seems to be in line with Markle's philosophies.
It certainly makes sense that Queen Elizabeth wants Markle to have friends within the royal family. Although the headlines often state that Markle does not get along with his real relatives, it actually seems that the queen really loves Markle and wants her to be as happy as possible in her new role.
Certainly, after the arrival of Baby Sussex, the family will gather even closer to Meghan Markle and will ensure that she remains happy and healthy.