Meghan Markle's friends worry 'emotional trauma' is affecting her baby

Oscar Cross
February 8, 2019

People claimed that not long after her wedding to Prince Harry Meghan sent a letter to her father telling him she "loved him" and begging him to stop "victimising her".

Amid all of the negative backlash she's endured - from the Kate Middleton feud to her dad Thomas Markle's numerous accusations, Meghan's BFFs are setting the record straight on all of the tabloid rumours. "It's wrong to put anyone under this level of emotional trauma, let alone when they're pregnant". The newlyweds will move out of Kensington Palace this year into a property gifted by the Queen in preparation for the arrival of their baby.

Meghan's friends also denied Thomas Markle's earlier claims that he does not know how to reach her as her phone number had never changed.

"(Thomas Markle) never called; he's never texted. I think she will always feel genuinely devastated by what he's done.

But this isn't the only beauty product Markle has been stocking up on, during her first-time pregnancy.

"They have been made to appear as siblings who had this falling out, and that's not the truth at all", she said.

A source told the magazine: 'Meg and Harry were still so focused on getting [Thomas Markle] to London.

He told Good Morning Britain in December that his daughter had ignored multiple messages and daily texts from him. Later on, he would pull out from the wedding due to a heart attack. It was like, 'Please pick up. I love you. I have one father.

When I see her at engagements, folks will say, 'This is the biggest acting job in the world.

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

"After the wedding, she wrote him a letter", the friend continued. And her friends are sick and exhausted of it.

Please stop victimising me through the media so we can fix our friendship. "Did you hear anything I said?"

Contrary to popular belief, Meghan Markle's life after becoming the Duchess of Sussex has not changed much.

During their time in Bristol, the royal couple also visited One25 charity, an organisation that helps women break free from street sex work and addiction.

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

Serena and her husband attended Meghan and Harry's wedding in 2018.

On Thursday afternoon, tennis star Serena Williams shared a rather cryptic photo on Twitter, showing her drinking from a mug, with the caption 'sips tea'. That's how she plays with them.

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