MPs have signed a letter to the Duchess of Sussex calling out the ‘outdated, colonial undertones’ when reporting about her
The letter originated from the Labour MP, Holly Lynch, who then encouraged dozens of her colleagues from Labour and Conservative benches to become signatories and they did, 72 in total.
A letter of solidarity which in turn has been praised as “very powerful” and showed “ladies in public life” were “standing shoulder to shoulder to support one another”.
The Members of Parliament, who participated in the signing of the letter public letter have done so in a show of support to Meghan who confessed in an ITV documentary earlier this month with ITV News presenter Tom Brady that she has been “struggling to adapt to life in the royal family.”
The duchess further disclosed during the programme that “intense tabloid coverage had not been fair.”
The all female team who stand behind the letter say they are from “all political persuasions” and have signed a public letter to Meghan because they want to take a stand against the “distasteful and misleading nature” of some of the media coverage about her since she got engaged to Prince Harry in 2017.
Ms Lynch said: “Women MPs from all political parties have put aside our differences to stand in solidarity with the Duchess of Sussex today and are sending her this open letter.”
There are 72 female MPs who have signed this letter of solidarity to the Duchess of Sussex … 🖋️📧 https://t.co/pkomrFJdQf
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) October 29, 2019
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