• Lady Colin Campbell claims the royal family made extra effort to welcome Meghan Markle
  • The biographer said the royal family embraced Markle in ways "they have never gone out" of their way to welcome anyone else
  • Markle joined Queen Elizabeth in different engagements

The royal family exerted extra effort in welcoming Meghan Markle into the family, royal biographer Lady Colin Campbell has claimed. In fact, the accommodating actions were reportedly more than what was provided for other royals, including Kate Middleton.

Campbell, who is famous for writing “Diana in Private: The Princess Nobody,” recently appeared on “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here,” where she revealed how the royal family went the extra mile to make the former “Suits” actress feel welcomed. In fact, the senior members of the influential clan reportedly did embrace Markle in a manner that they never did anyone else.

"The Royal Family went out of their way to embrace her in a way that they have never gone out of their way to embrace anybody else. Meghan was the only fiancée that was ever asked to Windsor before the wedding, and she was the only newly-wed who was invited by the Queen to accompany her on a daily engagement,” Campbell added.

Express reported that this engagement was when the Duchess of Sussex accompanied Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to the New Mersey Gateway Bridge. There were also reports that Markle met the monarch before she got engaged to Prince Harry in November 2017. Campbell claimed that the nonagenarian was enamored by the former Hollywood star’s alleged “very dominant personality.”

"[Markle] has done that with everybody throughout the whole of her life, and she saw no reason to change when she joined the Royal Family. The Queen loves dominant, vivacious personalities, and Meghan can be very vivacious and charming and appealing,” Campbell added.

Markle has reportedly been busy educating herself and learning about the issues the United States is currently facing of late. In the past weeks, she famously spoke out about the controversial death of George Floyd at the hands of the police in a commencement speech addressed to her high school alma mater’s students.

She underlined how Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Philando Castile, and Tamir Rice’s lives mattered. Markle urged the students to “lead with love, you are going to lead with compassion, you are going to use your voice.”

Meanwhile, Campbell also claimed that Markle allegedly wants to run for the presidency one day, the Daily Mail reported. The writer believes that the Duchess of Sussex’s decision to leave the British royal family and relocate to California was part of her plans.

Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle
Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge stands with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Westminster Abbey for a Commonwealth day service on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Getty Images/Richard Pohle