RICHARD KAY: THE ROYALS' HANDLING OF THE THOMAS MARKLE DEBACLE IS TURNING INTO AN EXISTENTIAL CRISIS

Yesterday one figure said it was 'probably too late' to get the retired TV lighting director back on side short of Meghan herself 'turning up on her father's doorstep – and even that might not work now.'

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Meghan: Megan is a Welsh female name, originally a pet form of Meg or Meggie, which is itself a short form of Margaret. Megan is one of the most popular Welsh names in England and Wales. Nowadays it is generally used as an independent name rather than as a nickname.