CAUGHT IN ANOTHER LIE: Meghan stated that she grew up on a cheap salad in difficult conditions and angered the public

Meghan Markle once again turned out to be a liar after very questionable statements about her growing up.

CAUGHT IN ANOTHER LIE: Meghan stated that she grew up on a cheap salad in difficult conditions and angered the public

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Meghan and Harry launched a real media bombshell in March this year when they presented a lot of shocking information in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

And just when it looked as if everything that was supposed to come out has been revealed to the public, the public learned that Meghan had lied once again. Namely, she recently sent a letter to the speaker of the US Congress, Nancy Pelosi, and Senate member Chuck Summer, and in 1030 words she described how she grew up eating five-dollar salads and that her family was going through hard times.

The reason for the letter is Meghan's wish to introduce paid leave for parents, which she presented for the first time on her birthday. But she forgot to mention in the letter that she attended a school that cost $ 16,000 a month.

Of course, her statements provoked a negative public attitude as confirming assumptions that Meghan has political ambitions in the US after moving from London.

She often states that she is a child of divorced parents, and never mentions that her father and mother were in a great relationship and that her father paid for her education in one of the best private schools in Hollywood. In addition, when she was nine years old, her father won a $750,000 lottery prize.

Using the example of the $5 salad and how it has struggled in the past is an attempt to relate to the way many families struggle to pay their bills…Aspiring politicians use this kind of example. But Megan was privately educated, and her father was one of the best lighting directors in Hollywood. She and her father are separated, as is the case with the spouses and the royal family. The issue she highlights is undoubtedly important, but many will feel the extreme danger of her conduct, and she needs moderation if she ever seeks to run for election,” wrote the royal commentator and former editor of Who & Who, Richard Fitzwilliams.

By: Helen B.