Ivanka Trump and Meghan Markle have repeatedly become the center of many reports these past few years. Unfortunately, the majority of the headlines are not entirely pleasing as they are mostly allegations and speculations made by the public.
It is unclear how Ivanka and Meghan are connected. But, previous reports said that the Duchess of Sussex once mentioned the First Daughter in one of her posts on her lifestyle blog, The Tig.
As stated, the former actress praised and applauded the President's daughter for her achievements. Other than this, no other links have been tied between the two women, except for the rumors and speculations that plagued them.
The most recent allegation that Ivanka Trump received was the notion that she has been "copying" Meghan Markle's style. As pointed out, they have a very similar taste in fashion since the First Daughter has repeatedly worn the same outfits as the Duchess.
But, the most shocking allegation that Ivanka obtained from the public was when she, allegedly, "begged" the Duchess of Sussex to invite her to the latter's royal wedding in 2018, according to Cheat Sheet. As stated, several netizens were convinced that this happened following the First Daughter's movements.
In the latter part of 2017, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially announced their engagement after almost a year of dating. While many were surprised by the announcement, several of their fans and followers congratulated them on various social media platforms.
Many high-profile personalities and celebrities also went on to share their well-wishes to the couple. This, reportedly, included the President's daughter, Ivanka Trump, according to People.
As reported, Ivanka sent out a tweet on her official Twitter account. She, reportedly, wished Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "a lifetime of love, laughter, and happiness together." In a separate post, she went on to declare that the royal couple would do "extraordinary things." She then ended her posts by saying "congratulations."
The well-wishes sent by Ivanka were seemingly pleasant. However, what made it, reportedly, questionable among netizens was the fact that she posted the congratulatory message three weeks after the engagement announcement.
This narrative, reportedly, made the public conclude that Ivanka Trump only sent out her tweets to get an invite from the Sussex couple to their 2018 wedding. Several netizens slammed her and even deemed her "desperate."
In the end, though, she was not invited to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding. The royal couple did not also respond to her following her message on social media.