Thomas Markle reportedly paid £7,500 for Good Morning Britain interview

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As Daily Mail reports, the initial reason that the prince chose the name Tungsten for Meghan Markle was because of her "unbending" and "tough" nature. A tonally coordinated box clutch and sensible heels were a nice complement to the crowning accessory: a Philip Treacy hat.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has made her first appearance at the UK's prestigious Royal Ascot - the jewel in the crown of the British horse racing calendar.

The event also marked one month since Meghan and Harry's royal wedding and with the style bar set this high, we can't wait to see what's in store for her next.

However, Markle seems to have broken this rule, with the Duchess of Sussex choosing to carry her name tag rather than wear it.

The couple will present the winning trophy for the 4.20pm race, the St James' Palace Stakes, said the official Royal Ascot programme.

The 36-year-old former Suits actress, who looked chic and on-trend at Ascot yesterday in a Givenchy dress and Phillip Tracey hat, is said to also be embarrassed by Thomas Markle's interview with ITV's Good Morning Britain.

Meghan wore an elegant white shirt dress from Givenchy, the fashion house that designed her wedding gown, which had a trendy handkerchief hem.

However, now a royal expert has claimed that this would have infuriated Meghan and her new family.

"I think most people in the Republic are very respectful of the royal family".

The Royal Ascot is one of the most sought-after events for horseracing enthusiasts and fashionistas alike.

The pair rode in the traditional carriage procession alongside Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, as they prepared to kick off the five-day event in Berkshire. In fact, Queen Elizabeth had reigned for more than half a century before making her first official visit to the region in 2011.

"Their Royal Highnesses have been invited to visit the Realms of Australia and New Zealand by the countries' respective governments", Kensington Palace said in a statement at the time.

The Duke of Sussex gave Frankie Dettori a royal reprimand.

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