Megan Markle’s former love interest on screen, Patrick J. Adams expresses his support for the Duchess of Sussex.
Adams – who co-starred with Markle in the US series Suits from 2011 to 2018 – took to Twitter on Friday to defend Markle, 39, after allegations of harassment during her time as a working king came to light. . Markle’s team categorically denied the allegations.
“Megan Markle and I spent most of the decade working together on costumes,” Adams, 39, said before the publication. “From day one, she was an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, gifting, joyful and supportive member of our television family. She remained this person and colleague as she gained fame, prestige and power.”
“She has always been a powerful woman with a deep sense of morality and a fierce work ethic and has never been afraid to speak, to be heard and protected for herself and those she cares about,” the actor continued. “Like the rest of the world, I’ve watched her in amazement for the last few years.”
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The actor went on to describe how drastically Markle’s life has changed, pointing out the difficulties the former American actress had to endure, getting used to “archaic” and “toxic” family dynamics.
“She fell in love, moved to a new country, became a household name around the world and started the hard work, trying to find her place in family dynamics, which at best can be described as complex and at worst , at first glance archaic and toxic. “
Adams then complained about his disregard for “racist, slanderous, clicking” messages that followed Markle from her marriage to Prince Harry, 36.
“It was hard for me to read the endless racist, slanderous, clicking vitriol, vomited in her direction by any media in the UK and around the world, but I also knew that Megan is stronger than people who have realized or understood and would regret it. that they underestimate her, “he said.
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“And then they greeted Archie,” Adams added to Markle and Harry’s two-year-old son in May. “And on any kind of decent planet, it would be time to stop sharpening knives and allow these two people to enjoy the magical early months and years of starting a family. But we don’t live on this planet and instead the hunt continues. . “
Adams then slammed the royal family.
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It is indecent that the Royal Family, which is currently the newest member, GROWS IN THE EXTERNAL, propagates and intensifies accusations of “harassment” against a woman who was in fact forced to flee. [sic] The United Kingdom to protect the family and its own mental health, “he said.
He continued: “IMO, this latest chapter and its timetable is just another stunning example of the shamelessness of an institution that has outlived its significance, exaggerated its credibility and clearly failed in decency.”
Adams concluded his post with a emphatic statement: “Find someone else to warn, swear and torture. My friend Megan is far from your league.”
Former Suits writer Jon Cowan also jumped in to defend Markle on Twitter, responding to a social media user who described Markle as a “terrible man” on Wednesday.
“It is also possible that the Duchess of Sussex is a good person, driven into an unimaginable world,” Cowan said. “After spending 3 years with her in her days before the Duchess, I saw a warm, kind, caring person. I don’t know anything about her current situation, but she takes advantage of the doubts in my book.”
On Tuesday, the Times in the United Kingdom claimed that Markle was facing a complaint of harassment by one of her close advisers.
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Buckingham Palace issued a statement in response to the report. “Obviously, we are very concerned about allegations in the Times following allegations by former employees of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” the statement confirmed by Fox News on Wednesday.
“Accordingly, our human resources team will investigate the circumstances set out in the article,” the statement continued. Staff members involved at this time, including those who have left the household, will be invited to participate to see if lessons can be learned. “
“The royal household has had a policy of dignity at work for several years and does not tolerate and will not tolerate harassment or harassment in the workplace,” the statement concluded.
Markle’s team denied the allegations.
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“The Duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, especially as a person who has been harassed and is strongly committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma,” a spokesman for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told a statement sent to Fox News on Wednesday.
“She is determined to continue her work, building compassion around the world, and will continue to strive to set an example of doing good and for good,” the statement said.
According to The Times, the complaint was first filed in October 2018 by Jason Knauf, the couple’s former communications secretary. The complaint alleges that the former American actress expelled two personal assistants from the household and undermined the trust of a third member of staff.
The outlet said Knauf had filed a complaint to protect palace officials who claimed they had been harassed by Markle. Some claimed they were even brought to tears.
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On Sunday, Markle and Harry will sit down with Oprah Winfrey in an interview without a ban on their lives over the past few years, public control and pressure, and why they moved to America.
Jessica Napoli of Fox News contributed to this report