Meghan & # 39; s former stylist reveals that she always knew the Suits star was meant for & # 39; great things & # 39; – thanks to her & # 39; great desires & # 39; and tireless work ethic
- Talia Brown Thall from Toronto became friends with Meghan Markle in 2005
- Worked for over a year as duchess of the stylist from Sussex while playing in Suits
- She & # 39; always knew Meghan was ready for big things & # 39; because of her & # 39; great desires & # 39;
- She was also told how she thought the duchess would become the perfect mother
She has become one of the most famous women in the world since she met Prince, but Meghan & # 39; s former stylist says she always knew the former actress for & # 39; great things & # 39; was destined – thanks to her & # 39; great desires & # 39; and high energy.
Talia Brown Thall from Toronto, befriended the Duchess of Sussex, 37, after a meeting in 2005 about a shoot for Flare magazine.
The hairdresser tied the bond with the royal, who at the time worked as an actress on Suits, about their love of yoga and they worked together for about a year.
They didn't get in touch anymore, but Talia said she wasn't surprised to hear Meghan & # 39; s relationship with Prince Harry, and told people: & # 39; It sounds strange but I always knew Meghan was ready for big things .
& # 39; I didn't know what they were, but her energy and her desires were always great. & # 39;
Talia Brown Thall said she always knew Meghan was destined for big things, mentioned her energy and & # 39; grand & # 39; desired
She continued: & # 39; She always worked away, she never stopped! & # 39;
The couple met while they were both living in Toronto, and it wasn't long before they started working with each other, with Talia introducing Meghan to luxury Canadian brands, including Sentaler.
The duchess is regularly spotted in the brand's wrap-jackets, which are still favorite in her wardrobe.
The hairdresser called the classical style of the royal style and clean, and admitted that she always knows how her best characteristics in skirts that would work end with the & # 39; perfect & # 39; spot on her leg.
Talia revealed that Meghan was a fan of showing her legs, and knew exactly the right skirt length to get the & # 39; perfect & # 39; to hit the spot
The couple became friends when Talia worked as a stylist for Meghan for a year, while the royal now lived in Toronto
Meghan chose a Canadian designer Sentaler whom Thalia had presented her for her first official royal Christmas service in Sandringham
Meghan continued to wear the Canadian designer during her pregnancy, demonstrating that Thalia's recommendation was a hit
The two would hang out at Meghan's house with her dogs, drink wine and go to yoga together
Thailia also said that she thought Meghan would be the best mother.
& # 39; She loves love very much, & # 39; she said, adding: & # 39; She is nice and she thinks of the world around her, she will be so wonderful. & # 39;
Talia, who lost contact with the Duchess around the time she started dating Prince Harry in June 2016, said she heard of the couple's involvement through social media.
The Canadian stylist, who is no longer in contact with Meghan, worked with the royal family for a year, while Meghan worked on Suits
The designer visited Buckingham Palace last year and took a selfie with her partner outside the gates
She visited Buckingham Palace last October and placed a selfie outside the gates.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that the duke and duchess had decided to keep the arrangements for the birth of their baby private.
The couple would make a & # 39; personal decision & # 39; have taken to maintain a high level of privacy around the birth of their first child, which is expected in the very near future.
The decision of Harry and Meghan not to announce the names of their medical team or a chosen hospital made sure that bookmakers did their utmost to choose a home birth.
The Daily Mail revealed this week that a midwife-led home birth is the & # 39; favorite choice & # 39; was from Meghan, 37, although she told friends she hadn't ruled out a hospital delivery.