Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Meghan Markle's being vilified the same way Diana was: George Clooney

Meghan Markle's being vilified the same way Diana was: George Clooney

"Either you know or be [quiet]", she said.

From her estranged family speaking out against her, to facing a lot of unwarranted public scrutiny - it's safe to say Meghan Markle hasn't had the smoothest ride since marrying into the royal family. (AAP) Harry and Meghan are expecting their first baby this year.

She later added, "I doubt #GeorgeClooney would ghost his mother for no legitimate reason".

The couples reportedly spent four days together at the Clooneys' Lake Como retreat last summer and are said to share a number of interests.

The actor, who is a friend of the British royal and her husband Prince Harry and attended their royal wedding with his wife Amal last May (18), gave the warning after United Kingdom tabloid the Mail on Sunday published a letter Meghan reportedly wrote to her estranged father, Thomas Markle. Clooney, a friend of the duchess, complained that she was "being pursued and vilified and chased in the..."

An unnamed friend of Los Angeles-born Meghan told USA magazine People: 'He's never called; he's never texted.

Mr. Markle this weekend shared "devastating" details of a letter sent to him by his daughter last summer with the Mail on Sunday.

Meghan revealed in January that her baby is due around the end of April or beginning of May.

Meghan, who was wearing a white Calvin Klein dress and a white Amanda Wakeley coat, held hands with Harry as she entered the museum where she was greeted with flowers given by 12-year-old Sage Saunders.

In the deeply personal missive, Meghan accuses her father of breaking her heart "into a million pieces" by giving interviews to the press, fabricating stories and attacking her new husband.

The letter's existence was revealed when five of Meghan's pals anonymously spoke out to defend pregnant Meghan, 37, saying she had tried reaching out to her dad but instead been met with a request to do a photo shoot together. "She can write all the fake, contrived letters she wants to show off her penmanship but that's all it is".

When Prince Harry himself proposed in 2017, he designed his own yellow gold engagement for his bride Meghan Markle.

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