Published: Thu, February 07, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Meghan 'wrote to dad in attempt to build bridges

Meghan 'wrote to dad in attempt to build bridges

The friends also revealed that Meghan hasn't changed since becoming a royal. She made the most lovely meals.

Now the heat is set to rise further after five "best friends" of Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex - described as "an essential part" of her inner circle - have spoken out against what they say is the "bullying" she has endured since entering royal life, in an interview with People magazine. "How much she loves her animals, how much she loves her friends, how much she loves feeding you, taking care of you - none of that has changed".

A friend from Los Angeles recalled that during a recent visit, Meghan did all the housework herself.

Meghan's former co-star added: "When you see her at walkabouts, when she crouches down to talk to the kids and genuinely has real conversations with people, that's Meg". I have one father. She's so genuine in her love to connect with people and feels so grateful to be able to do that.

However, Meghan's close friend claims this is untrue, as the former Suits star was initially the one reaching out to her father in an attempt to fix their relationship.

"After the wedding, she wrote him a letter", the friend continued. While he was supposed to walk Meghan down the aisle on her big day, he was unable to fly to England after news broke that he had to have surgery for a heart attack he encountered just days before the nuptials. "She told him she loved him, she was heartbroken and wanted to put everything behind them".

Mr Markle apparently responded with a long note asking for a media photo opportunity. She was hearing about her father's condition, his heart attack, through the tabloids.

'The next morning when the auto got there [to take him to the airport], he wouldn't get in. It was like, 'Please pick up.

Kensington Palace would not say whether the article had been sanctioned by the duchess, who is expecting her first child in April, but it would be unlikely that close friends would speak up for her without her approval. "Are you sure?' And I think what was meant as well-intended brotherly advice just riled Harry".

"I was with her last month, and she was going on a public engagement. Please stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship'". "Did you hear anything I said?'"

They added the anonymity was "to protect the private friendship they hold dear".

However, at least there's one person that Meghan can always rely on, her doting husband Prince Harry. She even didn't mind wiping down the dogs if they got dirty outside.

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