Meghan Markle’s diva behavior is reportedly taking a toll on her closest friends. The Duchess of Sussex has kept a few of her best friends close, but her outrageous demands have reportedly left them wondering if she’s worth the trouble.
In her latest move, Markle allegedly called her pals and informed them that they need to change their cell numbers because of security concerns. Palace security is apparently worried that people will be able to track down Markle via her friends’ phones.
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Markle’s pals refused to comply with the demand because they do not feel like changing numbers just to appease the royal family. After her friends said no to the request, Markle reportedly got angry and stopped talking to a few of them.
“Meghan was being completely unreasonable after her friends told her that they were not changing their numbers,” an insider explained. “She threw a fit and now she’s not talking to some of her friends because they dared to stand up to her.”
The insider told Radar Online that some of Markle’s friends suspected there was more to the request than just security issues. The former actress’ pals thought that Markle was trying to prevent them from talking to the tabloids like the rest of her family has been doing.
With her friends now alienated, Markle is worried that she may have permanently ruined some relationships. She is also getting ready to give birth to her first child with Prince Harry, and the falling out could not have come at a worse time.
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Apart from all the friend drama, Markle is still dealing with rumors that she is in a feud with Kate Middleton. As if that is not enough on her plate, her half-sister, Samantha Markle, is getting ready to release her second tell-all memoir, titled No One Has the Right to Stop Me.
Samantha took to Twitter over the weekend and announced that she has another book about Markle in the works. Samantha’s first book is expected to be released this spring, which coincides with Markle’s due date.
Meghan Markle has not commented on the rumors surrounding her diva-like behavior.