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Meghan Markle's Longtime Friend Jessica Mulroney Defends Her Amid Bullying Accusations

Jessica Mulroney is breaking her silence on the bullying accusations that Meghan Markle is facing from former staff during her time at Kensington Palace.

The fashion stylist and Canadian television personality is one of Meghan‘s oldest friends and her children served as page boys and a flower girl at the royal wedding in 2018.

Jessica took to Instagram on Friday (March 5) to share a throwback photo of her and Meghan out to dinner.

“I don’t know that anyone has ever had to deal with the pressure, the politics and the press like this woman. In the face of it all, I have never seen her waver from kindness, empathy and love,” she captioned the photo.

Meghan‘s former Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams wrote a lengthy thread on Twitter in which he defended her against the allegations.

Jessica Mulroney Shares Text Messages with Sasha Exeter to Exonerate Herself After Last Year's Controversy

Jessica Mulroney, a Canadian television personality who is also best friends with Meghan Markle, faced backlash last year when influencer Sasha Exeter spoke up about an argument that they had over the Black Lives Matter movement.

You can read all about what was reported in June 2020 right here.

Now, Jessica has released a series of her text messages with Sasha in an effort to exonerate herself from the racist bullying she was accused of last year. After the controversy, her show I Do, Redo was dropped by CTV.

Jessica spoke with Canadian outlet The National Post and revealed that she provided her text messages with Sasha to CTV, but they “have apparently chosen to sit on them.”

Reporter Barbara Kay wrote in the article, “Their lengthy exchange provided to me by Jessica, played out first in DMs and then in phone texts, would strike any reasonable observer as a complete exoneration of Jessica from all the false allegations of racist bullying that were to come.”

Jessica also revealed that the controversy led to her feeling “suicidal ideation, that she has required medication and psychiatric treatment ever since.”

You can read the full exchange of text messages at NationalPost.com.

Jessica Mulroney Talks Friendship with Meghan Markle Amid Rumors of a Falling Out

Jessica Mulroney is speaking out in response to all of the rumors swirling around about her friendship with Meghan Markle.

If you didn’t know, Meghan has been friends with Jessica for years and her kids were even part of the Duchess of Sussex’s bridal party at the royal wedding.

After Jessica was involved in a controversial social media moment that involved white privilege, reports claimed that Meghan was distancing herself from her BFF.

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Jessica Mulroney's Husband Responds to Rumors After Supposed Rift in Meghan Markle Friendship

Meghan Markle‘s friend Jessica Mulroney, who is a Canadian fashion stylist, faced backlash a few weeks ago after influencer and entrepreneur Sasha Exeter came forward and said she received threats from her.

Well, since this story went viral, there have been so many rumors concerning a possible rift in Meghan‘s friendship with Jessica.

Jessica‘s husband Ben finally responded to one of the rumors after stories have been rampant for weeks.

Ben posted a DailyMail article which had the headline, “‘Devastated’ Jessica Mulroney is calling best friend Meghan Markle non-stop in a bid to patch up their friendship but to no avail – and is considering writing a tell-all book about the Duchess because ‘she has nothing to lose’”

Well, Ben wrote one word in response to this article, which he resposted on his Twitter account: “FALSE.”

Meanwhile, Meghan actually has a big lawsuit against the tabloid for an unrelated reason.

Meghan Markle's BFF Jessica Mulroney Faces Backlash for Argument with Influencer Sasha Exeter, CTV Pulls Her Show

Jessica Mulroney, who is a Canadian fashion stylist and the longtime best friend of Meghan Markle, is facing backlash after influencer and entrepreneur Sasha Exeter came forward and said she received threats from her.

Sasha posted a generic call to action on her Instagram page last week in which she encouraged people with large followings to “use their voice for good and help combat the race war and what’s happening to the Black community.”

Jessica, who is an acquaintance of Sasha‘s, seemingly thought the post was directed at her and she responded by sending “a threat in writing.”

In a new video that Sasha shared to open up about what happened, she said, “Unfortunately though, one very prominent Canadian figure, who used to be an acquaintance of mine, named Jessica Mulroney, took offense to a very generic call to action that I shared on my IG stories. What happened next was a series of very problematic behavior and antics that ultimately resulted in her sending me a threat in writing last Wednesday.”

Sasha made a point to say that she is not calling Jessica a racist, but said that she “is very well aware of her wealth, her perceived power and privilege because of the color of her skin… And that my friends gave her the momentary confidence to come for my livelihood in writing.” She called this the “textbook” example of white privilege.

In the video, Sasha pointed out that even though Jessica is best friends with “arguably one of the most famous Black women in the world,” she had not publicly spoken out about Black Lives Matter.

Sasha shared the messages that Jessica wrote to her and she compared the stylist to Amy Cooper, the woman who called the cops on a black man who was bird watching in New York City’s Central Park.

“For her to threaten me ― a single mom, a single Black mom ― during a racial pandemic blows my mind,” Sasha said. “The goal here is genuine, transformative change ― not optical and performative bullshit. You cannot be posting that you stand in solidarity while attempting to silence somebody via text.”

Sasha says that Jessica wrote a public apology to her in the comments of her Instagram page, but then threatened a lawsuit in a DM.

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Jessica Mulroney Shuts Down Reports of Setting Up Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Charity Website

Meghan Markle‘s friend Jessica Mulroney is shutting down reports of helping to prepare her friend’s non-profit organization with husband Prince Harry.

The 40-year-old friend to Meghan allegedly registered the website sussexglobalcharities.com on February 19 through her own charity, the Shoebox Project Foundation – which she later shut down as a false report on social media.

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“If certain investigative journalists were to do their jobs, perhaps they would see that Shoebox Project Foundation is owned by a Mr Roy in North Carolina and has no affiliations or ties to our charity The Shoebox Project. Happy Sunday,” Jessica wrote on Twitter.

A few days before this report, Meghan and Harry released an update confirming their plans to launch an organization, as well as their plans to not utilize the word “royal” following their step back from royal duties.

“While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word ‘Royal’ overseas, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use ‘Sussex Royal’ or any iteration of the word ‘Royal’ in any territory (either within the UK or otherwise) when the transition occurs Spring 2020,” their website reads.

For a complete summary of their royal transition, click here to find out what’s happening.

Meghan Markle Will Not Appear on Her BFF's New Reality Show

Meghan Markle‘s longtime BFF Jessica Mulroney is launching a new reality show titled I Do, Redo and there has been speculation that the Duchess of Sussex will make appearances on the show.

The Canadian series from CTV is being produced in partnership with Netflix. The show will follow Jessica while she helps 10 deserving couples get a second chance at having their dream wedding.

A rep for CTV has said, “the Duchess of Sussex does not appear in upcoming @CTV series I Do, Redo.”

A palace source also told People that the report was “categorically untrue.”

The show will premiere in 2020 on CTV, CTV Life Channel, and Crave in Canada, and on Netflix internationally.