George Clooney: Meghan Markle being harassed, like Princess Diana

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The pair attended the royal wedding in May and have reportedly bonded with the Duke and Duchess over their lifestyles. And he has some thoughts on the matter.

Morgan also implied that Meg deserves everything she gets and that the problem between Meghan and the Markles is entirely her fault, yet blames the "negative headlines" not on the media but on "Meghan's own family" because "they are the ones vilifying her." Huh?

And now Samantha Markle has set her sights on Hollywood actor George Clooney, who jumped to the pregnant 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex's defence yesterday.

He added that the only paparazzi photos taken of Harry and Meghan were when they first started dating and since then "she has been closely monitored by the Palace Press team".

'And we've seen how that ends. She died in a vehicle accident in 1997 after the driver of her auto attempted to shake off pursuing photographers.

The Big Cloon Dog certainly has a point here in that the press coverage of the Duchess is bordering on the obscene, particularly as the arrival of the newest royal childe draws near.

"Meg has silently sat back and endured the lies and untruths", a former costar of the Duchess of Sussex shared, expressing that the group of friends in Markle's inner circle "worry about what this is doing to her and the baby".

Comments on Twitter included "Meghan is DEFINITELY having twins", "her bump is so huge omg", "look at the growing bump!" and "her bump is getting huge now".

Meghan and Harry's outing comes just one day after the expectant royal was defended by George Clooney, who attended the pair's wedding previous year. "I don't think they realized quite how nasty it would become", she said of the continuing spat between Meghan and her father and half-sister.

Harry and Meghan watched a special performance of The Wider Earth, a critically acclaimed theatrical production about the young Charles Darwin's expedition on HMS Beagle.

Harry recently revealed that for a long time he struggled to cope with her death, and sought professional help a few years ago.

The Mail on Sunday's letter followed an article featuring several of Meghan's friends in People magazine entitled: "The truth about Meghan Markle's dad".