Meghan Markle is not "lonely and frustrated" as she "adjusts to royal life," despite a new report. Gossip Cop can correct this claim. We're told it's "not true."
According to New Idea, the former "Suits" actress is struggling to adapt to palace life. A so-called "source" is quoted as telling the gossip magazine, "She is not happy and is finding things very tough at the moment." The outlet's questionable "insider" further claims that the bride-to-be, who is "confined" inside the palace walls, can't "attend gym classes or jog around Hyde Park." Instead, she pays "visits to Kate and William in Apartment 1A. Kate loves her but she is unable to give her undivided attention because she is busy with the children and her pregnancy," adds the publication's questionable "source."
The tabloid's alleged tipster goes on to assert, "Harry wants to change the ancient institution of the monarchy but you can't do," adding that Markle's "frustrations are simmering beneath the surface." The magazine's supposed "insider" is further quoted as saying, "She is having several massive changes in her life and she is only human," but "once the wedding is out of the way, she can start to build her royal career and some of the frustration will disappear."
However, Markle has already hit the ground running with her royal work. Earlier this week, she joined Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Royal Foundation Forum in London to discuss her involvement in their upcoming charitable projects. Throughout the forum, Markle appeared to be very comfortable as she made her working debut alongside the royals.
New Idea's latest article is completely off-base, if not entirely manufactured. A royal source tells Gossip Cop the report is 100 percent "not true." Markle simply isn't feeling "lonely and frustrated" as she adjusts to life as a member of the royal family. Additionally, a real "palace" insider would never refer to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as "William and Kate," as its supposed source does.
Of course, this isn't the first time Gossip Cop has busted the tabloid for publishing an inaccurate story about Prince Harry's fiancee. In January, we corrected the magazine after it falsely alleged Markle was struggling with the "strain of royal life," before dramatically claiming it was "all falling apart for the bride-to-be." Much like that made-up article, this new one about Markle feeling "lonely and frustrated" as she adjusts to royal life is untrue.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.