Megan Markle: She revealed that Harry’s family constantly scolded her father

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THE Megan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, revealed that the British royal family “constantly reprimanded” her husband, Prince Harry, about the behavior of her father, with whom she was alienated, according to text messages released on Friday by a London court.

Earlier this year, a Supreme Court justice ruled that Mail on Sunday violated Megan’s privacy and copyright by publishing excerpts from a letter she wrote to her father. Thomas Markle in August 2019, three months after her marriage to Harry, her grandson Queen Elizabeth.

The five-page letter to Thomas Markle followed rupture in their relationship, in view of her marriage, which she did not attend due to health problems and after admitting that she had posed in paparazzi. Their relationship then deteriorated after interviews he gave to the media, as broadcast by APE BPE.

This week, the British newspaper practiced appeal to overturn the decision, arguing that the Duchess wrote the letter knowing it would be made public.

The letter in question

In a text message released by the court today, Megan told her then-chief communications officer Jason Nauf that the “catalyst” to write the letter to her father was that he saw “phow much pain this caused to X.(Harry) and that Prince Charles’s father and other members of the royal family did not understand their position.

“Even after a week with his father and endlessly explaining the situation, his family seems to forget the context and come back to that.”she can not go to see him and stop this? ”», The message states.

“They do not understand her substance, so at least in writing, X will be able to tell his family (…) “she wrote him a letter and he continues“. By taking this kind of action, I am protecting my husband from this constant reprimand and, although unlikely, I may give my father a moment to stop for a while. “

Earlier this week, Mail’s lawyers argued that a Nauf testimony showed that the Duchess he knew that her father may have leaked the letter and as a result was “meticulous” in his choice of words.

She denies the allegations, saying she did not believe he would leak the letter, as not presents him in a positive way.

Yesterday, the three judges of the Court of Appeal said that will “take time” before making their decision. If Mail wins the appeal, the case will go to court.

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