The decision of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to take the mail to court on Sunday has only increased the controversy surrounding the couple. Meghan Markle alleges that Mail on Sunday’s publication of a letter between her and Markle amounts to misuse of private information, copyright infringement and violation of the Data Protection Act of 2018. The real commentator and Roya Nikkhah told her to the BBC that a confrontation between the two Markles be “toxic”
The BBC host began by asking if a confrontation between Markle and Markle would be a “nightmare” for the monarch.
Mrs. Nikkhah replied: “It would be what the Queen and the Royal Family fear most.
“We’ve seen this story dominate the headlines since it broke last Wednesday when Harry and Meghan made that statement.
“Thomas Markle is possibly called to give evidence against his own daughter with all the details and background and all the emotions surrounding the royal wedding and the consequences as it would be absolutely toxic to the Royal Family.”
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In its defense statement, the company said the Duchess’s decision not to help her father was “worthy of criticism.”
He said that Meghan had done nothing to support his father since May 2017, a year before his wedding with Prince Harry.
He said: “In the light of the claimant’s very considerable resources and resources, reasonable people may well consider that their inability to support him in some way, financially or emotionally, since May 2017, deserves criticism.
“That opinion is not an accusation that is verifiably false.”
“Who is advising Harry and Meghan frankly is not doing any service to them.”
He added: “The possibility that Meghan will testify would send chills through the royal family, since it would expose‘ how the news sausage is made.
“You really don’t want to see how that is done and you should certainly explain it in the witness box and that is what Meghan will have to do.”