#TheCrownFourthSeason The Duchess of Sussex has admitted that she provided personal information to the authors of an actual biography via a third party who knew its authors had approached.
Meghan also revealed that she had decided to write a letter to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, following the advice of two high-ranking members of the Royal Family in an attempt to get him to stop speaking to the press.
In the latest round of documents filed with the Superior Court, Meghan’s attorneys reveal that she was concerned about Mr. Markle’s media narrative that she had ‘abandoned’ him and that she ‘had not even tried to contact him (which was false. ) would be repeated. .
Meghan’s lawyers add: ‘Accordingly, she indicated to a person whom she knew the perpetrators had already approached that the true position mentioned above (that that person and several others who knew the Plaintiff already knew) could be communicated to the authors to avoid any additional misrepresentation. ‘
Meghan insists in the document, however, that she does not know to what extent the information was shared.
Prince Harry was spotted volunteering for a non-profit foundation providing COVID-19 support for veterans and their families, and at-risk communities in Compton, California, last week.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex joined volunteers to pack and distribute food packages as part of an event hosted by the Compton Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Walker Family Events Foundation (WFEF).
On Instagram, WFEF shared a photo of the Duke of Sussex dressed casually in a pair of blue jeans, a khaki polo shirt, a cap and a protective mask.
The event took place a short drive from where Meghan Markle grew up and where her mother Doria lives in the View Park-Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles, about 20 minutes away, in a large yellow single-family home. He is a neighbor of Crenshaw, an area that has been marked by gang violence.
Alongside the image, the foundation wrote: ‘Today I had the honor of meeting and working alongside Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. He joined us as a volunteer at Compton VFW for the Operation Nourish program packing and distributing food to our #Compton neighbors. He’s very humble and kind. ‘
It is the latest in a series of engagements focusing on the US military and Prince Harry’s veterans, after his crown was ‘snubbed’ by royalty on Remembrance Sunday.
The Duke of Sussex, who spent ten years in the armed forces, made the personal request to Buckingham Palace for a wreath to be established at the cenotaph on his behalf, but was rejected due to the fact that he had left royal duties in March, the Times reported.
The queen was not thought to have been informed of the request or its rejection, which is said to have “deeply saddened” the Duke of Sussex, the publication reported.
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