Perhaps Meghan and her friends should take this same advice. Being portrayed in a less than positive light is no excuse for betraying your father by allowing friends to shame him in an international publication.Being portrayed in a less than positive light by the tabloid media is no excuse to betray one's daughter and her in-laws!
Again, Mr. Markle is no saint, but neither is Meghan. Lots of blame to share around. H&M have good reason to be upset about a lot of stuff on social media, but suing a media company and further bringing attention to this letter is not going to solve or help that situation.
Someone also needs to sit Harry down and give him a history lesson. He was very young when his mother died. He was understandably traumatized by her death. He deserves much sympathy and support. What he does not deserve is his own set of facts. Diana courted the media and used them to her own and her charities’ advantage. Again, lots of blame on both the media and Diana for how the relationship between them developed, but Diana died because she was being driven by a drunk driver, at high speed, and was not wearing a seatbelt.
Harry’s insistance that it was all one sided - big bad media, perfect innocent Diana - is both wrong and unhelpful.