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Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland, 66, shows off flower tattoo while walking dog

Meghan Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, 66, showed off her flower tattoo while walking her dog near her home in Los Angeles.

With her little diamond nose ring, she nearly stepped into the limelight at her daughter Meghan’s and Prince Harry’s wedding.

But now, Doria Ragland got a more permanent look: a tattoo. , showed off the new ink.

A witness said, “She looked very good. The tattoo is quite large and covers much of her right arm. It looks like some kind of flower design and is very intricate. It runs down most of her forearm. .

The social worker showed off the new ink while walking her two dogs near her home in Los Angeles on Friday (for her 66th birthday).

The social worker showed off the new ink while walking her two dogs near her home in Los Angeles on Friday (for her 66th birthday).

A witness said,

A witness said, “She looked very good. The tattoo is quite large and covers much of her right arm. It looks like some kind of flower design and is very intricate. It runs down most of her forearm. “

According to Meghan Markle’s blog, The Tig, Doria’s childhood nickname was “Flower.” Also, in an interview with Glamor magazine before meeting Prince Harry, she described her mother as a “free spirit,” saying:

“She has dreadlocks and a nose ring. She just ran the LA Marathon. You can.

Miss Ragland, the only member of the Markle family to attend the 2018 royal wedding, is near her daughter Prince Harry and their children Archie, 3, and 15 months old Lily Bett.

She owns a business called Loving Kindness Senior Care, whose website states:

It’s unclear if Ragland will be able to help care for his grandchildren at the Sussex’s Montecito home during his visit to England and Germany this week.

They were reported to have landed in the UK yesterday, and the Duchess will deliver a keynote address at the One Young World summit in Manchester tomorrow.

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