Trump says Duchess of Sussex is taking press coverage ‘very personally’

Monday, 04 Nov, 2019

The group of 72 women are supporting Meghan in her stand against media coverage of her and her family.

Girls in British Parliament have banded collectively in "solidarity" with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, because the royal takes a stand in opposition to "typically distasteful and deceptive" press with authorized motion. "Much more regarding nonetheless, we're calling out what can exclusively be described as outdated, colonial undertones to a few of these tales".

"As women Members of Parliament from all backgrounds, we stand with you in saying it can not be allowed to go unchallenged", the letter ended.

In an ITV documentary, Megan talked about the intolerable pressure caused by the non-stop spotlights.

Mr Trump, who was treated to the pomp and pageantry of a state visit earlier this year, said the Royal Family are "really special people".

The news comes as Kate and Meghan, along with their husbands Prince William and Prince Harry, are expected to be together in public on November 11 for the Remembrance Sunday commemorations.

The Brexit Party leader had asked Trump whether he felt sorry for the Duchess of Sussex who Trump said is "saying that the press is being really unfair". "But it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes", she said. Instead, the writer says that Meghan wants to be heard, especially when she speaks about issues that are of importance to her, like mental health. And to show her appreciation, the Duchess of Sussex made a personal phone call to British politician Holly Lynch.

She was asked very directly if she's OK. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third child in April 2018, just three weeks before attending Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding. She lives in the solution, not the problem.

Speaking to domestic violence victim Tanya at the bakery, Meghan said: "I was talking about this with someone the other day".

Ms Lynch said she hoped the letter would be a "nudge in the right direction" and further discussions around regulation would not be necessary.

"It's not possible for them to be [in the U.K.] like this", a source told People.

Meghan and Harry appear to be in good spirits following the support they've received amid their struggles in the spotlight.