Meghan Markle & Prince Harry showed their support for LGBT Pride Month

Meghan Markle & Prince Harry showed their support for LGBT Pride Month

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, President Trump branded Meghan's comments about him as "nasty".

No statement from Buckingham Palace about Trump's comment, though the official reason for Markle sitting out his visit is that she's still on maternity leave. But debate on social media since then has raged over whether his use of "nasty" referred to the duchess herself or the negative things she said about him in 2016.

He also suggested that Markle, an American-born actress, will succeed as a member of the royal family, predicting that she will make "a very good" American princess. "Um he said 'I didn't know she was nasty".

Theresa May has said she is looking forward to building on the "strong and enduring ties" between the United Kingdom and U.S. as she prepares to welcome Donald Trump to Britain. If those bitter undercurrents can't completely disappear, however, they will at least be unspoken as Trump and his extended family arrive in London to the type of stately welcome perfected by British royals over centuries. "One of her fellow briefcase girls said he was "super creepy" and started inviting all the briefcase girls out and that Meghan thought he was a creep and decided not to go". "She'll be very good".

Mr Trump is also expected to meet Prince Charles, Prince William and his wife, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.

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This will be the third incoming State Visit by a US President to be hosted by Elizabeth II in the course of her 66 year reign.

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

The 72-year-old, who will be shaking hands with senior members of the royal family on May 3rd, tweeted that he "never called Meghan Markle nasty" and that his alleged comments have been: "Made up by the Fake News Media, and they got caught cold!" I think it was in 2012, the Republican Party lost the female vote by 12 points; that is a huge number and with as misogynistic as Trump is, and so vocal about it...

Baby Sussex's name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Reacting to Theresa's decision, Trump said that he respects May but doesn't believe she has dealt with Brexit correctly. In the interview, Trump also repeated his criticism of how May has handled Brexit negotiations, saying Britain had allowed the European Union to "have all the cards".

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