Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's wedding veil include a New Zealand symbol. Pictured: Markle stands at the altar during her wedding in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Jonathan Brady

Meghan Markle's veil during her royal wedding was filled with symbolism.

The Duchess of Sussex's veil reportedly featured 53 different flowers. A number spotted a small native flower from New Zealand. The other flowers represented the Commonwealth nations.

"The Duchess of Sussex's wedding veil contained floral emblems representing all the Commonwealth nations," Dr. Carolyn Harris said. "New Zealand was represented by its unofficial national flower, the blooms of the kowhai tree."

Aside from New Zealand's unofficial flower, Markle's veil also featured a rose to represent England, a daffodil for Wales and a thistle, Scotland's national flower.

In related news, Markle's family drama continues as her father, Thomas Markle Sr, continues to make paid interviews. According to a royal expert, Prince Harry and Markle should open a line of communication with the former lighting director.

"But, unless the Palace release a statement detailing any help they might have previously offered Thomas Markle that he might have refused plus any rebuke of his comments, we'll be seeing a lot more of this kind of tittle-tattle," James Brookes said.

According to an insider, the royals held at least three top-level crisis meetings to stop Thomas. There are speculations that the Queen may intervene. Meanwhile, a source close to Markle claimed that it's unlikely that the father and daughter will reconcile. The insider said that they have issues even before Markle met and married Prince Harry.

"A reconciliation is completely off the table at the moment," Markle's close friend said. "There's no chance right now - he's been a complete embarrassment."

"She's amazed by what's happened but is taking what he says with a grain of salt," the source continued. "The Royal Family isn't as upset as you'd think either. Nothing any of them [the Markle family] say has any real consequence and [Meghan and Harry] have more important things to focus on."

While Markle's father and half-sister continue to attack her, many noticed her growing friendship with Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II. According to Robert Lacey, a historical consultant for "The Crown," the Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen are among Markle's "closest friends" at the time.