William, Kate, Meghan and Harry reunited in history-making move

Brenda Watkins
October 8, 2019

Now Thomas has said that he only decided to make it public after Meghan's friends mentioned it in a People Magazine article.

On October 1st, Prince Harry condemned the British press for "bullying" his wife and also revealed plans to take "legal action" against the Daily Mail for publishing Meghan's letter, writing that portions of the letter "were published unlawfully in an intentionally destructive manner to manipulate you, the reader, and further the divisive agenda of the media group in question". I have the right to defend myself.

"I only released parts of the letter because other parts were so painful". I found it hurtful ...

Captioning the adorable video, Dlova wrote, "Lastly she owned her crown with our Instagram filter we collaborated on with @will.hurt and @maxwellmutanda she loved it! Please stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship.'" they said in February when the letter was first published.

"There was no loving message in there, nothing asking about my health, nothing from her saying, 'Let's get together and heal our differences, '" Thomas claimed. "Instead it was deeply hurtful".

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Thomas, who famously skipped last year's royal wedding amid fallout over a staged photo scandal, lshared Meghan's letter, which was published by The Mail on Sunday.

The Prince released a lengthy statement regarding the lawsuit that accused the publications of printing "relentless propaganda" and waging a "ruthless campaign that has escalated over the past year, throughout her pregnancy and while raising our newborn son".

The Mail on Sunday, however, denied the account and stands by its story. "All it would take is one phone call and most of this craziness would stop".

The Mail on Sunday said Thomas denied any claims that he requested and received payment for the excerpts he sent them and said instead that he wants to fix his relationship with Meghan.

The site had previously proclaimed that "when people come together they do great things" before saying that the foundation would 'unite people to tackle some of today's biggest challenges'.

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