Meghan Markle: George Clooney compares Duchess frenzy to Princess Diana

Meghan Markle: George Clooney compares Duchess frenzy to Princess Diana

Meghan laughed as a relative of one of the children showed her a photo on her phone, zooming in on the image to get a closer look.

Since Markle and Prince Harry began dating, the duchess has been subject to media scrutiny about everything from her "messy" bun to her troubled relationship with her father.

On a lighter note, Clooney, who attended Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding with wife Amal, shut down rumors he would be the royal baby's godfather.

"Women, in particular, are constantly pitted against and compared with each other in a way that reminds me of how people tried to portray Diana and me all the time as rivals", she continued, "which is something neither of us ever really felt". "I have one father. Please stop lying, please stop creating so much pain, please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband". "Be quiet Georgie", Markle said.

Markle reportedly sent her father the five-page letter three months after her May 2018 wedding, the existence of which was published in the Daily Mail.

She said: "Hey Looney Clooney!" During an interview with the Who, the Oscar victor was asked if he would be the godfather to Harry and Meghan's baby.


Since the letter has been shared, there are now reports Markle is preparing to "expose" his estranged daughter.

Omid Scobie, a correspondent for USA television show Good Morning America, weighed in on the situation, saying Meghan should have been aware her father would leak the correspondence.

Harry and Meghan unveiled six dedications to the QCC during their tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, and also welcomed commitment to the initiative by its latest member, Kiribati.

"While the objective of Meghan's letter was very much to fix the relationship with her father, she knew in her heart of hearts that this was going to be released to the papers", he said.

For instance, remember how her dad Thomas Markle spilled to the tabloids about his daughter?

In an effort to reach out to the public and emphasise the need to spread kindness instead of hate, Sarah Ferguson has written an open letter for Hello!

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