Friday, 26 April, 2019

"Please Stop Lying,": Meghan Markle's Explosive Letter To Estranged Father Revealed

Meghan Markle: 'Dad broke my heart into million pieces' Meghan Markle Accuses Her Father of Lying in Letter Published in the Daily Mail
Adrian Cunningham | 12 February, 2019, 05:10

"I came by there one day, and she had ordered an incredible ice-cream and sorbet stand for the office", the insider revealed.

Another friend said that when she visited the Duchess' Nottingham Cottage she noticed some boxes in her house and when she asked Meghan what was in them, the former actress replied: "They're hand warmers".

Royal expert Victoria Arbiter weighed in on the letter.

I begged you to accept help-we sent someone to you home.and instead of speaking to you me to accept this or any help, you stopped answering your phone and chose to only speak to tabloids.you haven't reached out to me since the week of our wedding, and while you claim that you have no way of contacting me my phone number has remained the same.

HuffPost reached out to Kensington Palace, which had no comment.

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The Duchess of Sussex wrote a letter to her father after her wedding telling him her heart was "broken into a million pieces" because he reportedly gave press interviews and attacked Prince Harry. Please allow us to live our lives in peace. "Did you hear anything I said?' It's nearly like they're ships passing". She does not have an outlandish lifestyle so the money will make a difference to her. "Please stop lying, please stop creating so much pain, please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband".

According to the letter attributed to Markle, the royal refutes some other specific claims he's made, writing, "You've told the press that you called me to say you weren't coming to the wedding - that didn't happen because you never called".

"I want nothing more than to sort this mess out". This you know. No texts, no missed calls, no outreach from you.

Meghan, who is now pregnant, revealed in mid January her baby is due around the end of April or beginning of May. "So I'm pleased to announce that we've officially greenlit a new film with the entire production team". He said, "The letter was presented in a way that vilified me and wasn't true". Last year, Queen Elizabeth II urged Markle and Prince Harry to address the Markle family debacle publicly, but now everyone is simply concerned for the duchess mental and physical well-being.

Mr Markle told the newspaper that contrary to claims made by Meghan's friends to the media, the letter was not an attempt to resolve their rift. "It's a very complex, very emotional situation, and let's not forget she is seven months pregnant".