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02-Jul-2016 21:22

And we can reveal that the family suffered 'appalling' racism – once being hounded out of a Texan town at night in the middle of a snowstorm – a painful history which, her uncle says 'helped shape Meghan into the strong, powerful, independent woman' she is today.

'It was a lovely wedding but not conventional at all,' said Meghan's uncle Joseph Johnson (pictured), 68, last night as he opened up Meghan's family photo album for the first time.

The faux-Indian temple adorned with gold orb-topped turrets, stone elephants and plastic Buddhas where they got married (pictured) is a stone's throw from where Hugh Grant was infamously caught with prostitute Divine Brown'Meghan was raised by her mother and grandmother, two beautiful, strong black women who instilled in her a sense of self-belief.'These days a lot of women flaunt their sexuality. She's not someone who uses their looks to get ahead.'She is beautiful on the outside but she was raised to believe it's what's on the inside that counts.'Today, The Mail on Sunday can reveal Meghan's maternal grandmother was Jeanette Ragland, who was raised in poverty in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of a hotel bellhop and a mother who made her living as a lift operator ('she pressed the buttons') at a 'fancy whites-only hotel'.

Born Michael Krull in Pennsylvania, he was ordained a Buddhist priest and took the Sanskrit name Bhaktananda, meaning 'bliss through devotion.' The Self-Realisation Fellowship, founded by Indian yogi Paramahansa Yogananda, preaches 'spirituality and self-knowledge through meditation and Kriya yoga'.Doria prided herself on her hair – 'a big beautiful Afro'.