Duchess Camilla speaks out about Meghan's Markle's father Thomas Markle

We never expected a royal to address the elephant in the room...

The moment Meghan Markle was set to join the British Royal Family, it was clear that she'd be a ground-breaking addition.
We're already seeing how she's a going down a completely different route to her Duchess responsibilities compared to her sister-in-law Kate, to the fact that she makes no apologies that her main blood relative that's in her life is mum Doria Ragland.
And Prince Harry's family have completely taken her under their wing.
Taking a note out of the actress' book, Duchess Camilla decided to also make an unprecedented move.
Prince Charles wife publicly commented on her daughter-in-law's dad Thomas Markle Sr.
Meghan made her debut as a royal at a Buckingham Palace garden party in honor of Charles' upcoming birthday.
The Duchess of Cornwall addressed the drama surrounding Meghan's father dropping out of the big day, remarking, that their side of the family hadn't been sure "what would happen next".
The 70-year-old visited London's 5 News, talking to reporters about the magical royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Describing the day as "uplifting", she shared, "It was such a lovely day. Just everything went right."
"It was a beautiful day!"
Before making reference to all the troubles from the lead up, "We all wondered whatever would happen next and then everything went right."
Of course Camilla was noting the fact that Meghan's dad Thomas Markle had to pull out of the wedding after that embarrassing paparazzi scandal.
The day certainly was magical, with Prince Charles stepping up and walking Meghan down a portion of the aisle.
In the end Prince Charles stepped in to walk the bride down the aisle.
Still smitten by the weekend activities, the Duchess remarked, "It's nice to have something that is uplifting rather than depressing. Everything was just perfect, including the weather, which couldn't have been better."
"It was a beautiful day."
Before laughing, "The only thing is that we are all losing our voices now!"