Meghan Markle is receiving immense support from her admirers and celebrity friends on social media. Just ahead of her tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Buckingham Palace announced an investigation against her in the matter where the staff claimed that she allegedly bullied them during her stay there. However, there is an uproar on social media platforms against these allegations. Amid all, Meghan’s friends and Suits co-stars Patrick J Adams and Abigail Spencer have strongly supported her through social media.
Patrick spoke against the publications in the UK who wrote against her and also about his own experience of working with her. In a series of tweets supporting the former actress and the Duchess of Sussex, he wrote, “It sickened me to read the endless racist, slanderous, clickbaiting vitriol spewed in her direction from all manner of media across the UK and the world but I also knew that Meghan was stronger than people realized or understood and they would regret underestimating her.”
In the tweets, he further mentioned how Meghan tried to be a part of the family dynamic that was complicated, toxic and archaic. He also, in another tweet, called the Royal Palace culture as “an institution that has outlived its relevance.”
Meghan Markle and I spent the better part of a decade working together on Suits. From day one she was an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, joyful and supportive member of our television family. She remained that person and colleague as fame, prestige and power accrued.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021
Abigail vouched for Meghan’s sympathetic and loving nature, calling her a friend who has been with her in her darkest hours. “Meg walks the walk. She’s a doer. In the face of darkness, she shows up in light and in love. When they go low, she goes high. Again and again. She works tirelessly – and often quietly – for the causes she believes in. She writes her own speeches. She and Harry are an incredible team,” the actress wrote.
In the meantime, Meghan won the legal battle against a known British newspaper The Mail for publishing an emotional letter that she had written to her father, without her consent. The court has now ordered the publication to print an acknowledgement of Meghan’s victory on the front page. According to Page Six, High Court Judge Mark Warby said “The front-page font size must be no smaller than the paper’s February 2019 headline ‘Meghan’s Shattering Letter to Her Father’.” The letter was written by Meghan to her father Thomas Markle in August 2018, after he skipped her wedding with Prince Harry.