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Meghan Duchess of Sussex attends the unveiling of the Labalaba Statue

Meghan Duchess of Sussex attends the unveiling of the Labalaba Statue

Despite the wedding ceremony being lauded by commentators as a celebratory reflection of modern Britain and a turning point for the monarchy, the abuse has exposed a rift between the royal family and the British tabloid press.

However, at least there's one person that Meghan can always rely on, her doting husband Prince Harry.

One former co-star said: "Meg has silently sat back and endured the lies and untruths". "It's wrong to put anyone under this level of emotional trauma, let alone when they're pregnant", these sources suggest. When Kensington Palace announced the news in October, it simply said "Spring of 2019" putting the date between March 20 and June 21.

The friend clarified too that the Duchess' half-siblings, Samantha Markle and Thomas Markle Jr., were "not a part of her life".

"(Thomas Markle) never called; he's never texted.

"If I'm thrown some kind of curveball, I always think, 'I gotta talk to Meg, '" said a former colleague.

Meghan's "friends" continued: "She forgave him for everything that had happened previously and just wanted to fix their relationship".

"Meg and Harry were still so focused on getting [Tom] to London". Though Thomas has claimed that he is unable to reach his daughter, one source close to Meghan said, "He knows how to get in touch with her".

A auto was even sent to take him to the airport for the wedding, but he refused.

Furthermore, while the man was supposed to walk his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day, he needed emergency heart surgery just days before, so he had to skip his trip to England. It was like, 'Please pick up.

The pregnant royal used a black marker to scrawl handwritten notes on the food parcels, such as "be strong" and "you are loved".

In the past, Samantha has slammed the Duchess for her public appearance, and is even intending to shed light on the truth with the debut of two tell-all books: In the Shadows of the Duchess I and In the Shadows of the Duchess II.

The duchess wrote on the fruit, in capital letters and often followed by a heart: "You are strong", "You are special", "You are brave" and "You are loved". "Please stop victimising me through the media so we can fix our relationship". "Stop the PR crap #Fake News", she wrote. "Did you hear anything I said?"

Close friends of the duchess have spoken to a USA magazine in support of Meghan to counter the "global bullying" directed at the royal. "It's small and she's made it cosy, but the perception of their lifestyle and the reality are two different things".

They claim that Meghan, 37, remains the same, down-to-earth woman she was before, and cooks for her and Harry, 34, every day.

Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid an unannounced visit to the charity One25 in Bristol, which helps street sex-workers.

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