Meghan Markle Reportedly Felt 'Unprotected By The Institution' While Expecting Her Son With Prince Harry And Continuously Attacked By UK Tabloids!
Meghan Markle is no longer part of the royal family and it’s safe to say that the way the British media treated her while at the palace had a lot to do with her and Prince Harry ’s decision to take their son and move to the States, even giving up their titles. That being said, according to a news report, Meghan felt ‘unprotected by the institution’ even, or especially, while she was pregnant with the baby boy.
These new details were revealed via surfaced documents from her legal battle with The Mail.
The papers are also exposing some previously unknown details about Markle’s war with some tabloids.
As you might know, the lawsuit against the outlet and Associated Newspapers – their publishers – was filed by Meghan back in October in response to the publication sharing fragments from private correspondence between her and her dad, Thomas, with whom she’s had a really bad, public relationship in recent years.
Now, one insider tells ET that ‘The case centers around a private, hand-written letter from a daughter to her dad that was published by The Mail on Sunday. This violation of any person's right to privacy's obvious and unlawful. The Duchess ’ rights were violated.'
As for the court documents obtained by ET, they claim that Meghan was not Okay with the palace press team’s choice to respond with a ‘no comment’ to the articles about her tumultuous relationship with her dad.
Instead, she wanted to speak up about it and defend herself.
The documents go on to mention that while she was expecting, Meghan ‘had become the subject of a number of false and damaging articles by the UK tabloids, specifically by the Defendant, causing tremendous emotional distress and much damage to her mental health. Her friends had never seen Meghan in this state before. They were concerned for her welfare, specifically as she was pregnant, unprotected by the Institution, and prohibited from defending herself.’