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BOO’D UP FOR A CAUSE: Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Hit The LA Streets Again, Their Text Messages To Thomas Markle REVEALED!

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Love and philanthropy! That’s what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are all about these days as they adjust to their new life in America.

For another round of giving back, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are back out in these L.A. streets hand delivering meals to the needy last Friday amid the Coronavirus pandemic. They have been delivering meals to people on behalf of the Los Angeles-based non-profit, Project Angel Food. 



Following city guidelines, the couple had their faces covered with masks and bandanas and gloves on at least one of their hands as they trekked through the West Hollywood neighborhood.

And even though they're out here actually doing THE work to help others, they're still being criticized:





Just goes to show how hateful and jealous people are.  They're mad Meghan & Harry are "showing up" during a pandemic. Now, had they been 100% MIA they would have been mad they "did nothing." Can't win.

This Friday, Meghan will appear in virtual court against Britain’s biggest-selling tabloids after previously filing a lawsuit against them for publishing "untrue" and negative stories about her. Today, her lawyers filed her legal response in her case against The Mail on Sunday's publisher that included all of the emotional text messages she sent to her father, Thomas Markle, days before her royal wedding in May 2018.

Yesterday, Meghan and Harry issued a letter to the editors of The Sun, Mirror, Mail, and Express (including their online and Sunday editions), stating they would now work only on a policy of “zero engagement” with them.

Harper's Bazaar reports:

The 33-page document obtained by BAZAAR.com points out a number of mistruths published by the paper and details numerous moments that the duchess repeatedly tried to make contact with her dad, Thomas Markle, in the days leading up to her May 2018 wedding to Prince Harry. The messages include the Sussexes’ begging Thomas to reach out to them after he was admitted to the hospital with chest pains and unable fly to the United Kingdom and walk Meghan down the aisle.

“I’ve been reaching out to you all weekend but you’re not taking any of our calls or replying to any texts…,” Meghan wrote in one text. “Very concerned about your health and safety and have taken every measure to protect you but not sure what more we can do if you don’t respond...Do you need help? Can we send the security team down again? I’m very sorry to hear you’re in the hospital but need you to please get in touch with us... What hospital are you at?”

You can read more of the text messages here.

The site goes on to report:

Both Harry and Meghan hope that these text messages, which debunk a number of Mail on Sunday reports, will form part of the case against the newspaper, which alleges invasion of privacy, breaches of copyright, and misuse of personal data after it published extracts from a private letter she sent to Thomas in the summer of 2018. A “Strike Out Hearing” will take place on Friday, which provides a chance for the judge to review the full case. The hearing will take place remotely via a video link. No date has been set for the official trial yet.

In her legal response today, Meghan says that the publisher of the Mail, Associated Newspapers, has gone out of its way to “attack and intimidate her.” She also adds that she had no idea that five of her close friends had chosen to speak with People magazine in a February 2019 article defending her from press attacks. The Mail on Sunday had previously claimed that Meghan had given the revelations to People her blessing (and therefore, Thomas had “legitimate right to reply”), but Meghan says she was unaware and “distressed” when the information was made public.

Hopefully they get a victory in court following all of the negative press and ridicule she has had to endure for simply being herself.

In other news...

Disney has released a new sneak peek at "Elephant," the documentary the former "Suits" star is narrating. Check it out above. It's currently streaming on Disney+


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