Palace aides are understood to be considering whether to take a stand over the very public family disclosures, taking legal advice before the Duchess decides whether she wishes to take formal action.
The father of the Duchess of Sussex has dismissed claims that he has not attempted to contact his daughter.
Thomas Markle published the five-page letter from the Duchess of Sussex at the weekend after close pals of Meghan gave interviews to a United States magazine. She does not have an outlandish lifestyle so the money will make a difference to her. "I came by there one day, and she had ordered an incredible ice-cream and sorbet stand for the office", the insider revealed. Please allow us to live our lives in peace. In the letter - the duchess says, "If you love me. please stop lying. please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband".
And remember when Thomas said that Meghan "ghosted" him and that he's made "dozens" of attempts to reach her? "This is, at the end of the day, a daughter pleading with her father to keep this between them, to stop playing it out in the media".
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According to the reports, one source revealed that the duchess always did nice things for the crew on movie sets, bringing them gourmet burgers and going above and beyond the usual call of duty, something she reportedly still does with her crew, however, this time being the staff at Kensington Palace. "What riles me is Meghan's sense of superiority", he said in an interview with the Daily Mail published in August.
Thomas denied all of Meghan's claims as written in the letter, but told the Mail that he just wants her forgiveness.
However, once the wedding was over, a rumoured rift emerged between father and daughter over his absence at the wedding and also his eagerness to talk to the media about his daughter. However, Kensington Palace has not addressed the letter, and a royal insider says that the duchess has no plans to comment, fearing it could escalate an already hard situation. He said, "The letter was presented in a way that vilified me and wasn't true". "It's a very complex, very emotional situation, and let's not forget she is seven months pregnant".
"I pleaded with you to stop reading the tabloids".