The news that 38-year-old Meghan Markle and 35-year-old Prince Harry sued the British tabloids caused a mixed reaction from society.
While some spouses supported, after they spoke about the harassment by the media in the documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, others, on the contrary, condemned: in their opinion, public figures should be prepared for the paparazzi to follow them on the heels.
British politicians also stood up for the couple. Seventy-two women MPs wrote an open letter in support of Meghan Markle. Women deputies from all political parties threw aside all their disagreements to express their solidarity with the Duchess of Sussex," wrote Holly Lynch, the head of the Labor Party, on Twitter.
In some cases, articles and headlines in the media were an invasion of your privacy and tried to cast a shadow over you for no reason whatsoever. The women members of Parliament support you in that you cannot allow this to go unpunished, the letter says. Recall that in the film "Harry and Megan: An African Journey," Meghan Markle spoke about the pressure from the media that she encountered during pregnancy and after the birth of her son Archie.