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Entertainment

Web Desk
November 20, 2020

Meghan Markle involved Queen, Prince Charles, and William in her privacy case?

Entertainment

Web Desk
Fri, Nov 20, 2020

Meghan Markle is now embroiled in another controversy as she dragged the senior royals into her privacy row.

The Duchess reportedly revealed in court documents that she had sought advice from two senior family members before writing a letter to her father Thomas Markle.

According to reports, Prince Harry's wife has reportedly disclosed another secret conversation with senior members of the Royal Family in documents as she named the royals.

Such conversations with senior members of the Royal Family would normally be strictly confidential but Meghan has disclosed them in documents she would have known would have been made public.

In documents from Meghan's lawyers yesterday, it was claimed the former actress "wanted to follow protocol" on how to deal with media coverage around her father - going to two senior members of the royal family on "how best to address the situation".

Meghan Markle's legal team could be referring to a number of other members of the family, but the most senior members of the Royal Family are the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William.