Did Meghan Markle manifest her marriage to Prince Harry?
According to her former friend, TV personality Lizzie Cundy, the Suits star had always had her sights set on British men.
"We have a clip of her saying: 'I want to be a London girl, I love London men and I love everything to do with London,'" Cundy told a reporter from the Daily Mail while attending the Boisdale Life Editors Lunch.
Cundy revealed that she was "asked to look after Meghan" when she once came to London to visit. "She wanted to meet someone," she added.
The women kept in touch when Meghan returned home, but Cundy claimed she was "ghosted" once the star became engaged to Prince Harry in 2017.
"She's ghosted quite a lot of people, obviously, including her family," she noted. "So, I'm not the worst person she's ghosted."
Despite their broken friendship, the two still have a special connection, as Cundy revealed "Lilibet" — the name of Meghan's daughter — was actually her own childhood nickname.
"I was called Lilibet. It’s short for Elizabeth. It was my nickname at school!" Cundy shared with OK! magazine. "Thank you, Meghan. You ghosted me – and now you’re calling your child after me."
While the ladies may no longer communicate, the Duchess of Sussex has made plenty of other friends in showbiz, such as tennis star Serena Williams and model Chrissy Teigen.
In March, the athlete publicly praised Meghan after her and Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey aired.
"Meghan is a great person and I think the epitome of strength, the epitome of confidence, the epitome of just selflessness, and the epitome of everything is just her and everything that she's gone through," Williams said.
"I just think that she is the strongest person I know. I don't know anyone else that could handle everything on such a global scale the way that she's had to handle things that are just untrue, minute after minute," she continued. "Not even day after day, just minute after minute, another untrue allegation being thrown at her."