Hillary Clinton Visits With Meghan Markle and Meets Baby Archie

Brenda Watkins
November 16, 2019

Clinton visited the Duchess of Sussex, 38 - who is now believed to be on a six-week sabbatical from royal duties - at her Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor.

Clinton reportedly arrived at the royal family's Frogmore Cottage home and greeted the former "Suits" star with a hug.

After Meghan Markle sued the Mail on Sunday and its parent company for publishing the private letter she sent to her father Thomas Markle, her lawyers have had to now submit their supporting documents to the court.

"Both women have a lot of admiration for each other and it was a very sweet, warm meeting", a source told the publication."They are mutual fan girls!"

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A source confirmed to the outlet that the women shared a hug before spending the afternoon together, where they hit it off and even discussed a letter Meghan wrote to Clinton when she was 11 demanding to remove a "sexist" dishwasher soap advertisement.

"They knew the queen's family Christmas was a ideal opportunity to end the year on a good note, mending broken fences with the Cambridges and spending time with Her Majesty at a time when she and her husband Prince Philip are nearing the end of their long and remarkable lives", he continued. "I want to tell her to hang in there, [and] don't let the bad guys get you down".

The report also says the papers made up "claims about her baby shower" and Meghan's "relationship with her mother Doria Ragland". "You can just look at them and see that". "Keep going, do what you think is right".

The Duchess of Sussex's legal team wrote, "The omitted parts demonstrate the Claimant's care for her father and others, as well as her concern about the United Kingdom tabloid media exploiting her father, and the fact that she addresses untruths previously published by the Defendant". You know, it's not easy. "It takes some getting used to, to have your every move scrutinized and analyzed and, frankly, things made up about", Clinton sounded off. And there are some techniques that can be learnt along the way, some humour, some deflection, whatever, which I'm sure she will come to.

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