Meghan Markle Personally Called an MP to Thank Her

Meghan Markle Personally Called an MP to Thank Her

Meghan Markle Personally Called an MP to Thank Her

She attached a two-page document referring to "stories and headlines" that seemed to violate the duchess' privacy or cast aspersions on her character.

It was MP Holly Lynch who led the initiative and she was interviewed yesterday about the letter and why she made a decision to show up for House Sussex.

"Here in Westminster, I got a phone call", Lynch told reporter Joe Pike in a video shared on Twitter.

Holly Lynch of the Labour Party, told ABC News' Maggie Rulli that Duchess Meghan called her Wednesday morning to offer her thanks for the open letter to the duchess that begins by saying, in part, "We wanted to express our solidarity with you".

"We stand with her in solidarity to say that we shouldn't be tearing down women in public life through the press or otherwise."
A private letter from Meghan to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, was published in which the royal family was forced to fight back. The insider added, "While Kate's concerned about Harry and Meghan's well-being, she tries to stay out of the drama".

As per Us Weekly, Kate Middleton "hates seeing" Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan "so miserable" amid their fight against the British press, a source revealed to the publication.

"As women Members of Parliament from all backgrounds, we stand with you in saying it can not be allowed to go unchallenged". They probably don't like it, and the stuffiest among them will probably say it's "not royal" to be acknowledging and courting public support but at the same time, they probably won't be able to deny that this letter, is symbolic of Meghan's power. Meghan, in particular, has been attacked for her personality, the colour of her skin, her past relationships, her family, the way she dresses, the way she speaks, her acting career, her relationship with Harry, motherhood - the list goes on and on... and on.

They ensured that they would do anything to make the press respect Markle's right to privacy while sharing articles that actually reflect the truth.

"I've been watching her interviews and I've seen it and she has been taking it very personally", Trump said during the interview aired on London-based talk radio station LBC.

"I guess you have to be a little bit different than that". "What she wouldn't have expected was xenophobic undertones to that interest. But it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes", she said.

It followed an ITV documentary where Prince Harry and Meghan described the pressure of intense media scrutiny.

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