Meghan Markle hints at UK plans in unearthed post from before she met Harry

People think "the signs were always there" that Meghan Markle wanted to move to the UK after one of her old blog posts re-emerged online.

Before marrying Prince Harry and entering the Royal Family, Meghan kept an online blog called The Tig in which she documented different aspects of her life including health tips, funny or heart-warming stories and food recipes. The Suits actress closed the blog down in April 2017.

One entry from 2014 has got royal fans talking. In it the Duchess of Sussex shares the recipe for her favourite tipple, the TIG Cup cocktail. She wrote: "While I generally opt to wet my whistle with a glass of rosé or crisp Sauvignon Blanc, sometimes the day calls for a cocktail. Cue The TIG Cup.

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"Having a love of all things Brit, I wanted to do a twist on their signature Pimm’s Cup. This is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, and a nod to the fresh-picked flavors of the season. Cheers!"

The unearthed post was shared on Instagram account Meghan's Closet Chronicles, where Meghan's fans were quick to react. One wrote: "How meant to be were/are they…. I am dying here, the signs were always there!!!". Another added: "It was the first thing I noticed, 'all things Brit'."

This comes after it emerged King Charles has a sneaky trick he uses to keep up with Harry and Meghan.

An American journalist told the Scottish Daily Express Charles reads local Californian paper the Montecito Journal. One of the columnists at the Journal is former Fleet Street royal correspondent Richard Mineards. Mr Mineards is understood to be a regular reporter of gossip in the area, which centres at times on the neighbourhood’s royal residents. The publication’s readership was said to be “a group that includes… England’s King Charles.”

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