Case Won! As Meghan Markle Claims Prince Harry Was Berated By Family.

Meghan Markle at the law court

 

Meghan Markle has claimed Prince Harry faced “constant berating” from members of the Royal Family over the strained relationship she had with her father.

 

 

The revelation is according to new text messages released as part of a court case between the couple and Associated Papers, who are the publishers of the UK’s MailOnline and the Mail on Sunday.

 

 

In a text message, Ms Markle claimed the Royal Family did not understand the public breakdown of her relationship with father, Thomas Markle.

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The documents also show the hand Ms Markle had in her joint autobiography with the prince, detailing topics she wanted covered and stories she felt needed to be corrected.Until this week, Meghan and Harry had always denied collaborating with the authors.

 

 

But Knauf said in a statement to the Court of Appeal that he attended a two-hour meeting with Scobie and Durand for which Meghan provided “briefing points she wanted me to share with the authors,” which included, “detail on how the tiara for her wedding had been selected and that it had been misrepresented by media.”

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Prince Harry also sent detailed communication to Knauf, outlining what he would like the authors to focus on.

 

 

In further text messages revealed Friday, Meghan said she wrote the letter to her father to stop Harry from being “constantly berated” by members of the royal family, including his father Charles, who were suggesting Meghan visit her father to ask him to stop talking to the media.

Meghan Markle message got leaked.

 

 

Sources described as close to Charles appeared to deny this, telling the Times that he was “sympathetic to the issue, but not didactic about the solution.”

 

 

In a statement issued this week Meghan said: “In the light of the information and documents that Mr Knauf has provided, I accept that Mr Knauf did provide some information to the authors for the Book and that he did so with my knowledge, for a meeting that he planned for with the authors in his capacity as Communications Secretary. The extent of the information he shared is unknown to me.”

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Meghan added: “I apologize to the Court for the fact that I had not remembered these exchanges at the time. I had absolutely no wish or intention to mislead the Defendant or the Court.”

 

 

As The Daily Beast has previously reported, Meghan sued Associated Newspapers after the Mail on Sunday published excerpts of a letter she had written to her father, which she said violated her privacy and copyright. Meghan won that case with a summary judgment. Associated Newspapers is appealing that decision, and as part of its appeal produced the new evidence from Knauf.

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Meghan Markle has claimed Prince Harry faced “constant berating” from members of the Royal Family over the strained relationship she had with her father.

 

 

The revelation is according to new text messages released as part of a court case between the couple and Associated Papers, who are the publishers of the UK’s MailOnline and the Mail on Sunday.

Meghan Markle message got leaked.

 

 

In a text message, Ms Markle claimed the Royal Family did not understand the public breakdown of her relationship with father, Thomas Markle.

 

 

The documents also show the hand Ms Markle had in her joint autobiography with the prince, detailing topics she wanted covered and stories she felt needed to be corrected.Until this week, Meghan and Harry had always denied collaborating with the authors.

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But Knauf said in a statement to the Court of Appeal that he attended a two-hour meeting with Scobie and Durand for which Meghan provided “briefing points she wanted me to share with the authors,” which included, “detail on how the tiara for her wedding had been selected and that it had been misrepresented by media.”

 

 

Prince Harry also sent detailed communication to Knauf, outlining what he would like the authors to focus on. In further text messages revealed Friday, Meghan said she wrote the letter to her father to stop Harry from being “constantly berated” by members of the royal family, including his father Charles, who were suggesting Meghan visit her father to ask him to stop talking to the media.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

 

 

Sources described as close to Charles appeared to deny this, telling the Times that he was “sympathetic to the issue, but not didactic about the solution.”

 

 

In a statement issued this week Meghan said: “In the light of the information and documents that Mr Knauf has provided, I accept that Mr Knauf did provide some information to the authors for the Book and that he did so with my knowledge, for a meeting that he planned for with the authors in his capacity as Communications Secretary. The extent of the information he shared is unknown to me.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "Likely" Won't Christen Lilibet in the UK After All

 

 

Meghan added: “I apologize to the Court for the fact that I had not remembered these exchanges at the time. I had absolutely no wish or intention to mislead the Defendant or the Court.”

 

 

As The Daily Beast has previously reported, Meghan sued Associated Newspapers after the Mail on Sunday published excerpts of a letter she had written to her father, which she said violated her privacy and copyright.

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Meghan won that case with a summary judgment. Associated Newspapers is appealing that decision, and as part of its appeal produced the new evidence from Knauf.

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