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Another friend of Meghan's from Los Angeles said, "We had a couple of days together recently".

Many people think it's case closed and Serena must be one of the friends who spoke out. "It's wrong to put anyone under this level of emotional trauma, let alone when they're pregnant".

Kensington Palace declined to comment on the interview.

It comes after it was reported that Meghan had reached out to her father to try and mend their relationship. He's never called; he's never texted.

Meghan Markle's friends have spoken out against the wave of negative press about the Duchess.

Another friend, who described Meghan's energy and her and Harry's relationship as a whole as "calm", revealed what Meg's daily home life is like.

'The next morning when the auto got there [to take him to the airport], he wouldn't get in. It was like, "Please pick up".

At the time, Harry was away on work, but she still cooked "lovely meals" and "made tea every day" for the guest dubbed as her 'L.A. friend'.

The friend also said that Meghan wrote her father a letter telling him she was heartbroken. "How are you?' I'm not even allowed to ask about her until she finds out about me". "I love you. I have one father". Please stop victimizing me through the media so we can fix our relationship.' Because every time her team has to come to her and fact-check something [he has said], it's an arrow to the heart. And she feels like, 'That's the opposite of what I'm saying.

Mr Markle apparently responded with a long note asking for a media photo opportunity. "Did you hear anything I said?" the aforementioned mentioned friends said.

The Duke and Duchess of Susssex will head to Morocco for a two day visit in two weeks time. It's small and she's made it cosy, but the perception of their lifestyle and reality are two different things.

"Meg cooks for herself and Harry every single day - there's no chef or butler", the person (who refused to be named but who has been dubbed the "close confidante" by the magazine) says.

We can't wait to watch these two become parents.

But PR expert Nick Ede tells Yahoo Style UK that the interviews with PEOPLE were "bizarre" and "unnecessary", especially as it's in an American publication, adding: "In the U.S., there's really not that much negativity about her". "It's called lie-abetes", Samantha went on to allege that her estranged sister's "fan club" was made up of "PR people", dubbing the anonymous sources in the report as "imaginary".