While Meghan Markle is being singled out for mobbing, her best friend Jessica Mulroney and her former colleagues are defending her according to our sources.
On social networks, admirers and detractors of Meghan Markle have been fighting over and over again. And as our sources report, those close to the Duchess of Sussex do not intend to remain silent, as languages seem to be loosening on the Kensington side. In a commentary relayed on Instagram, make-up artist Daniel Martin took the floor to defend the former actress. “She’s not self-centered, people can see the light in her. She doesn’t brag about herself, she becomes a shining example. She doesn’t glorify herself, she becomes a person of merit. She wants nothing from the world, the world cannot defeat her.” A testimony in the form of a poem… that Jessica Mulroney “loved” in the process.
Lindsay Roth, an ex-college classmate, also spoke on Instagram for this “selfless and magnanimous” friend, assuring that “good will flows through her bones.” And while she can count on her fans as well as her best friend, who herself has been burdened by accusations of racism, and former acquaintances, Meghan Markle also has the support of her former Suits colleagues. “Enthusiastic”, “kind” and “generous” actor Patrick J. Adams, her former screen partner, is full of praise for her.
And takes the opportunity to tackle the British royal family, an institution “archaic and toxic”, according to him, accused of peddling false information about the mother-to-be. “Find someone else to reprimand and torment. My friend Meghan is beyond your reach.” Statements echoing those of other collaborators that Prince Harry’s wife may have come across behind the scenes at Suits, and those of the Silver Tree producer.
An investigation against Meghan, heavy silence for Andrew
Meghan Markle is under investigation by Buckingham Palace for alleged harassment and intimidation by Jason Knauf and other former collaborators. An unbearable detail for the “#TeamMeghan”: Prince Andrew has been much more preserved by the Firm, whereas he is accused of facts of consequent seriousness. The journalist (and friend of Sussex) Omid Scobie now makes the distinction with bitterness, believing that “if there are internal investigations, they must be generalized”.
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