Meghan Markle's legal battle with Associated Press continuous with several twists to the story being revealed.
Recently, news broke out that Meghan Markle briefed her staff on bombshell biography Finding Freedom. In addition, the Duchess of Sussex allegedly also knew that her letter to her father, Thomas Markle will be leaked.
A royal commentator shared that Meghan Markle's credibility is questioned as revelations of her dirty laundry aired out to the public.
Is Meghan Markle Playing The Victim?
Australian royal commentator, columnist, and reporter Angela Mollard shares on Sunrise that Meghan Markle is playing the victim in this narrative. According to Mollard, the Sussexes are losing their credibility day by day.
As the court shares more details on the ongoing lawsuit between Associated Press and Meghan Markle, the more Meghan seemed to pull the strings.
Oprah Winfrey interviewed Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, regarding their turbulent experience working under the British Monarchy.
In the interview, Meghan Markle made serious allegations, including a racially ambiguous question towards Meghan and Harry's first child by another royal.
Royal commentators share that Meghan's allegations be questioned.
Meghan Markle's Texts Made Public
On Sunday, the Mail challenged the court ruling that they breached Meghan Markle's privacy after new text messages reveal that the former actress briefed her former communications secretary regarding Finding Freedom and her letter to her father.
The Mail claims that the texts reveal two things: 1) Meghan Markle was involved in Finding Freedom by contributing information, and 2) her Communications Secretary helped the Duchess write her letter.
Mollard said that Meghan Markle manipulated the letter to pull at the public's heartstrings, knowing that her letter would be leaked. The recent happenings led to the duchess' royal rating dipping extremely low, and she remains silent on the matter.
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