Pippa Middleton, 34, was bridesmaid to Kate on her wedding day and famously nearly caused a royal upset when her peachy derriere caught the world's attention as she walked behind her sister in her maid of honour dress. "She bolted before", Greer said, referring to Markle's failed marriage to Trevor Engelson, which ended suddenly in 2013.
"She was out the door".
"I think she'll bolt". "I hope in a way that she'll bolt but maybe she'll take Harry with her", suggested Greer.
"In his mind there wouldn't be a wedding without her and that is reason enough to invite them. I think it's a hopeless system", the author, herself a divorcee, said. It doesn't deliver what it says on the tin.
The 79-year-old writer had a bleak prediction for the future of the couple.
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But Greer seemed confused, or at least to feel that the common enemy in the situation was "the firm", and not Harry or Meghan.
As the rest of the world focuses on the upcoming union of May 19, Greer was already envisioning a royal separation and didn't rule out a divorce, saying "they're everywhere" in the royal family. "If they're not it's going to be totally unbearable". When Tara questioned why Markle would do that, Greer was ready with a sarcastic response.
"She will be seen as an adjunct to him", she said. Her father, interior designer Baron Piers von Westenholz, calls Prince Charles a friend, and Violet has been known to join Prince William and Harry on skiing trips to Switzerland.
"Why would a girl born in poverty marry a man with 53 million quid?" "About what? It may be that she's too voluble, she's too confident, there'll be some kind of criticism but so far she's had a pretty good run".
The designer, who has luxury boutiques in London, Bath, Leeds and Edinburgh, went on to say that she thinks Markle will have a "beaded skirt that'll be attached at the waist, but will come very wide away from the body", adding that it'll "go right round into a huge train at the back, so when she walks you've got this lovely silhouette of her really slim body". "He's glamourous - despite having red hair".