The biggest challenge for Markle will be "just putting up with it", said the outspoken feminist. Her parents had expected her to turn to journalism or diplomacy rather than acting.
"Meghan is a smart girl", he said. "I think it would be more modern of them not to want [children]", she told 60 Minutes interviewer Tara Brown.
"She will bring a breath of energy and a different perspective". She is also said to have been "friendly with the staff" (TMZ really manages to find sources everywhere, huh?!). "I hope in a way that she'll bolt but maybe she'll take Harry with her", suggested Greer.
"The monarchy has become very commercialised, inadvertently", Morton said - through the intense interest in what the royals, especially the young ones, buy and wear.More news: Guardiola will play golf as City await title
It's clear that the date went well, given the fact that Harry and Meghan are now engaged to be married. Unfortunately no, but I'm sure she will look awesome, - said Beckham. "In 100 years' time people will be saying they were destined for each other".
The forthcoming film, called "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance", will focus on the couple's budding romance, specifically "the pair's courtship, from their first date to the media circus that ensued once word of their relationship got out", according to CNN.
Meghan has starred in TV shows such as Suits and Fringe, and had supporting bit-part roles in the likes of 90210, CSI Miami and Castle.
Morton spoke to old friends and family of Markle in the U.S., though he says he has not met Markle in person. Certainly invitations would have arrived by now if they were coming.
"She will be seen as an adjunct to him", she said.
"She will have grasped instantly that here we have a situation where she's giving up a lot in order to hopefully achieve a lot more".