Meghan, Harry share Royal Pride

Meghan, Harry share Royal Pride

Meghan Markle, who is on maternity leave after welcoming her and husband Prince Harry's son Archie, is expected to sit those out.

The message was accompanied by a collage of photos taken from the Instagram accounts they're following, including such LGBTQ organizations as the Trevor Project and Human Rights Campaign, along with a photo of Princess Diana.

The first indication of tension began late past year and last week escalated to claims the couples are challenging each other to 'game of one-upmanship' in a bid to be the royal family's stars.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been dogged by persistent claims of a feud with Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge since the youngest Windsor brother married the former actress.

Meghan Markle joined the royals a year ago for the first Royal Foundation forum.

As the BBC noted in 2017, Princess Diana helped to change attitudes when she opened the U.K.'s first HIV/AIDS unit at London Middlesex Hospital in 1987.

Many believe it is Meghan herself that is writing the pair's Instagram posts.

An accompanying message from Harry and Meghan said: "For the month of June we "proudly" shine a light on PRIDE".

The post said "We stand with you and support you".

Harry and Meghan's post, and the beginning of Pride month, coincides with the controversial visit of US President Donald Trump to the United Kingdom - starting on Monday. We had a lot of interesting things to say.

Speaking to the Sun newspaper, Trump said he had not realised that the USA -born Markle had criticised him during his 2016 election campaign.

One user wrote: "Why so many US-based organisations?"

Ahead of his visit across the pond, a reporter from British newspaper The Sun informed Trump that Meghan wouldn't be joining his get-together with the rest of the monarchy.

According to Yahoo News, upon learning about her comments, Trump responded by saying: "I didn't know she was nasty".

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