Fluff up your tutu & dance away.....
This is a quick article, but I notice one thing. Meghan has claimed that she didn’t know her friends would mention the letter when being interviewed by People magazine. Now this could be sloppy reporting, but it doesn’t say that Meghan denies telling the friends about the letter. I have no knowledge of British privacy laws, but assuming she did speak to five people about the letter, would she still have a claim that it was private?
She probably told her friends just that she had written to him. Would that fact mean that she had no expectation or right of privacy? Re Thomas Markle, I am older than him so unless he has pickled his brain with liquor or drugs he is not old enough to claim age-related confusion. I don't understand why any of you want to give him a pass.
Let me give an example. When my husband went to work for a major airline there were members of both our families who went "good, I can get free tickets now". I think the Markle family has acted like this, "good, Meghan is a member of the royal family now, what's in it for me?".