Kensington Palace Plans Legal Action on Letter Disclosed by Meghan Markle's Father

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle's leaked letter could lead Kensington Palace to sue (Image: GETTY / GMB)

The five-page letter in which Meghan explained her feelings about her father's behavior since her marriage Thomas Markle Snr shared the weekend in the royal family with a newspaper. Markle has since threatened to publish more of the letter published around the world. According to the Daily Telegraph, the palace assistants are currently consulting a legal adviser before the Duchess of Sussex decides whether she wants to take formal action.

Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Jr., admitted that the relationship between father and daughter was "broken beyond". to repair ".

The duchess owns the copyrights of the handwritten letter under UK law, which came to light after five of her friends spoke about it for the first time in an interview with the US magazine People.

The Duchess wrote, "Dad, I'm so sorry that I love you. I have a father. Stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship. "

However, another friend revealed that Thomas had written to her asking for a photo shoot that the Duchess felt was the opposite of what she had stated in her letter. 19659005] READ MORE: Meghan Markle was aware that her father would issue an emotional letter [19659000]

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Mr. Markle has since threatened to broadcast more of the letter published around the world (Image: GETTY)

The young man of 74 years showed the letter to the Mail on Sunday after being left "vilified" by an interview in People magazine.

Kensington Palace has not yet confirmed whether this interview was conducted with Meghan's blessing or knowledge. Staff of Duke and Duchess.

The Royal Chambers have recently initiated legal proceedings, which have resulted in injunctions prohibiting the publication of personal data and the prosecution of copyright infringement.

The Prince of Wales In 2006, a privacy case against the Mail on Sunday for copyright and confidentiality violations when publishing an excerpt from 1997's Hong Kong diaries.

The Sun also donated to a charity and apologized after publishing a letter from Queen Duke of Edinburgh about the Royal Edward's departure from Prince Edward in the 1980 years.

The Duchess's fans turned to social media to express their concern for the expectant mother and criticized the palace for "failing to protect her".

This is not the first time people have worried about Meghan's safety.

Prince Harry complained about the press's attention to his life shortly after their relationship. me public.

Meghan Markle

The Duchess holds the copyright of the handwritten letter under UK law, which was brought to light after [ (Image: GETTY)

The Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan have also been the victims of extreme abuse on social media recently, as it is reported that Palace staff spent hours removing offensive comments from their Instagram page.

The American correspondent Omid Scobie

He said on television on Good Morning America: "Even though Meghan's letter was essentially about restoring relations with her father, she knew wholeheartedly that it would be published in the newspapers.

"Thomas has a record of that and he's exactly the man he knows.

"So, a lot of things in this letter have been written with the public in mind. She really wanted to set the record straight. "

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