On a less dramatic note, the gals also revealed fun little tidbits about Meghan, my favourite being this line from a former colleague about what a good cook she is: "She can make a five-star meal out of the garbage in your refrigerator." . As part of the candid conversation, the royal beauty's close confidantes said they'd all visited the pair in London.
Meghan can't pop out for a coffee or a jog without being monitored. She carried a Givenchy black clutch - the same one which she previously used at the Royal Ascot in June - and pulled her hair back into a polished low bun to complete her glam look.
However, at least there's one person that Meghan can always rely on, her doting husband Prince Harry. She was hearing about her father's condition, his heart attack, through the tabloids.
The friends are doing their best to be there for Meghan, when she needs it most.
This. Changes. Everything. Guess it just depends on who you believe is lying.
They were in their teens when Meghan was born; Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, raised her on her own after she split from Thomas Sr. It's less passive-aggressive.
"How much she loves her animals, how much she loves her friends, how much she loves feeding you, taking care of you - none of that has changed", she said. She's like, 'Dad, I'm so heartbroken. She's described as "very self-service".
The couple do not have a butler or a chef and their cottage is described as "cosy". In the room she made up for me, there was candle lit by the bed, slippers and a robe.
They added: 'I think she will always feel genuinely devastated by what he's done'.
"Because every time her team has to come to her and fact-check something (he has said), it's an arrow to the heart".
"But she insists she's fine and the baby isn't in any danger - Meghan's going to do things her way, no matter what anyone says". The public are not that gullible!
"After the wedding, she wrote him a letter", the friend continued. Samantha is set to publish two books about her half-sister this year. "Stop the PR crap #Fake News", she wrote. According to her female pals, she has "a huge loving fondness" for the leader of the Church of England.
"We've all been to their cottage", a close friend tells People. But that's bull****. I've been accused of every awful thing you can think of. And she feels like, 'That's the opposite of what I'm saying. At the back of my mind, though, there lurks a big question - clearly, Meghan has dispensed with the services of a Press Officer on this occasion - and that is clear a sign of insecurity.