Meghan Markle’s Suits co-star urges Royal Family to ‘back up’ and ‘apologise’ to her

Meghan Markle: D.B. Woodside defends former co-star

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Meghan Markle, 39, was defended by her former Suits co-star D.B. Woodside who demanded that the Royal Family need to apologise to her, after they “messed with the wrong woman”. The Duchess of Sussex said in a landmark interview with Oprah Winfrey last month that she had not received help as a Senior Royal while suffering with her mental health during her brief time in the UK.

She is strong and she is resillient

D.B. Woodside

Mr Woodside played SEC prosecutor Jeff Malone in the show that made Meghan into a household name.

While speaking on Entertainment Tonight, the actor shared that his former colleague Meghan is “strong and resilient”.

He said: “Listen, the thing about her is she is strong and she is resilient.

“If they think that this kind of stuff is going to knock her off her game for very long, they picked the wrong woman to mess with.

“She is the wrong woman to mess with, they need to back up.

“[They need to] back off and apologise because she is not the one. She is not the one.”

Meghan appeared on USA Network show Suits as paralegal Rachel Zane from 2011 to 2017, before she left to reside in the UK and marry Prince Harry.

During her interview with Oprah earlier this month, Meghan said she had suffered from suicidal thoughts while working as a senior member of the Royal Family.

The Duchess had said she was “ashamed” to admit it at the time but “knew that if she didn’t say it she would do it”.

Meghan claimed she confided in “senior” members of the Royal Family, but was told it wouldn’t be good for the institution.

Elsewhere in the chat, Meghan addressed how she felt her and Prince Harry’s son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, had been treated differently.

The Duchess of Sussex described the Queen as being “really welcoming” in one part,  but also discussed how she felt upset after Archie was not made a Prince.

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She claimed that there were multiple conversations and concerns about “how dark” her son’s skin colour would be.

The statement left Oprah looking visibly shocked during their discussion.

The host asked who made such a statement. However, Meghan would not reveal who it was, saying it would be “very damaging” to their reputation.

But she replied by saying there were “several conversations” surrounding her child’s complexion.

Meghan shared: “In those months, when I was pregnant, all around this same time, we had in tandem the conversation of he won’t be given security, he won’t be given a title.

“And also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin will be when he’s born.

“That was relayed to me from Harry, that was from conversations that family had with him. 

“It was really hard to see those as compartmentalized conversations,” she added.

In the 1917 letter, George V declared that the great-grandchildren of the monarch would no longer be princes or princesses, except for the eldest son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales.

In our current situation, that means that Prince George, the eldest son of Prince William, automatically became a prince, but not Archie, even though they are both great-grandsons of the Queen.

In a statement by the Queen, she said: “The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.”

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