Clooney never met Diana, Princess of Wales but he famously, and angrily, spoke out about the way he felt all sections of the media had treated her in the days following her death in a vehicle crash in August 1997. "Instead, it was a dagger to the heart".
In the letter, Meghan claims she never heard from her father and did not receive messages from him about his heart attack, which happened just days before her wedding. The Duke travelled Colo-i-Suva Forest Park - an indigenous forest site housing many flora and fauna native to Fiji, and species including the Fiji Tree Frog. We feel so lucky that someone's come into her life who takes care of her the way she takes care of all of us.
'And we've seen how that ends. At least, that's the case according to personalized, hand-written letters that were acquired by The Daily Mail and made public this week.
The dad revealed how the letter, handwritten by Meghan in elegant script, accused him of breaking her heart "into a million pieces" by giving interviews to the press, fabricating stories and attacking Prince Harry.
News of the duchess's reported letter was brought to light last week when five of her close friends revealed its existence to People.
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"Daddy, it is with a heavy heart that I write this, not understanding why you have chosen to take this path, turning a blind eye to the pain you are causing", Meghan began the letter. He then cancelled his trip to the United Kingdom for the nuptials and has subsequently made several public appeals calling for Meghan to fix their relationship - with the latest an interview accompanying the letter's publication in the British tabloid. Please stop lying, please stop creating so much pain, please stop exploiting my relationship with my husband. He has since proven that Meghan did contact him, while simultaneously breaking her trust.
An unnamed friend of Los Angeles-born Meghan told U.S. magazine People: 'He's never called; he's never texted. "How much longer must I say it?" he wrote.
We all rallied around to support and protect you from day 1, and this you know.
Catherine and I are delighted again to join you this evening as we part with another incredible year in film. "Fake it for one photo and maybe some of the press will shut up!"