Meghan Markle has reportedly planned a 'secret USA reunion' with her dad

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rarely put a foot wrong when it comes to their fashion choices. until now.

Meghan - who was born in Los Angeles - now lives at Kensington Palace in London with her husband Prince Harry and, since their wedding nearly three months ago, she's really thrown herself into her new role and has been carrying out duties all over the country.

According to the Sun, the Duchess of Sussex has "politely turned down" an invitation to attend the annual awards ceremony, which will take place in Los Angeles next month.

Meghan's dad, 74, had given a string of damaging media interviews after she and the royals completely cut all contact.

Before marrying Harry, Meghan was also very much in the public eye, being one of the lead roles on the hit US TV show, Suits.

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Despite the fact the pair have already been on their first official royal engagement together to visit Cheshire, it seems Her Majesty has other plans for making the 37-year-old former Suits actress feel like she's part of the family. "Show executives and NBC had offered Harry and her an invitation to celebrate with the biggest stars around, meet her showbiz friends and even present an honor". "But Meghan is not attending".

Of course, at this point it's safe to say that Meghan Markle has replaced her Hollywood lifestyle with her new royal one, instead.

Meghan said past year that she doesn't feel as though she's given up on her acting career. Sadly, she won't be able to keep them, as it's against royal protocol to receive gifts or freebies from businesses or people they do not personally know.

Meghan's subtle look consisted of foundation and concealer used as a "spot treatment" instead of all-over coverage, brown eyeliner, and false lashes just on the outer corner of the eyes.

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