Meghan Markle heartbreak: Duchess ‘feels unsupported’ by Harry amid rift with close friend

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Harry has insisted Meghan should “make amends” with her former friend, an insider told new! magazine. Meghan is said to have been feeling lonely in Los Angeles, despite refusing to improve her relationship with Ms Mulroney following a spat.

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles earlier this year, following a short period in Canada after they stepped back from their senior royal roles.

The Royal couple and their son, Archie Harrison, are currently staying at their friend Tyler Perry’s home while they find their feet in their new city.

Speaking to new! magazine, the source said: “Harry has urged his wife to make amends with Jessica and at least talk to her in a bid to thaw the ice.

“He doesn’t want her to add to her already heavy burden caused by fallouts with other friends and family members.”

Meghan and Ms Mulroney reportedly fell out after the fashion stylist was accused of trying to “silence” Canadian blogger Sasha Exeter, who was speaking out for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Ms Mulroney has since apologised, but the Duchess seems to have “distanced herself” from her former friend and was reportedly disregarding her “non-stop” phone calls.

However, Ms Mulroney is not the first person Meghan has cut out of her life.

She was previously estranged from her father, her half-siblings and her school friend Ninaki Priddy, and new! magazine was told Harry does not want her lose another good friend.

However, according to the source, Meghan may be feeling a lack of support from Harry as he defends his stance.

The insider said: “Meghan doesn’t agree with Harry’s advice and they are split on how to handle the situation, which seems to be causing tension between them, too.”

This comes amid news Meghan has been advocating for the issues she believes in, Black Lives Matter being a very personal one to her.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl says the movement “matters to Meghan and it matters to Harry”.

The source explained that Meghan’s row with Ms Mulroney stems from this movement she considers important to her.

The insider said: “While Meghan understands where Harry’s coming from and insists falling out with one of her closest friends is her worst nightmare, she feels she should stick to what she believes in.”

Ms Mulroney’s race row with Sasha Exeter resulted in her being dismissed from her role on Good Morning America, and her CTV reality show, I do, Redo, being cancelled by the CTV network.

She took to Twitter to say she understood CTV network’s decision to pull he show and that she had decided to take a break from work for some time.

She wrote: “The events that have transpired over the last few days have made it clear that I have more work to do.

“I realise more than ever how being a white, privileged woman has put me far ahead of so many, and in particular those in the Black community. And while I can’t change the past, I can do my part to do better in the future.”

Her husband, Ben Mulroney, urged his Instagram followers not to post hateful comments to his page over his wife’s rift.

He wrote: “After a much needed break, I am back.

“There are myriad places online to vent, attack and hurl slurs. This will not be one of them.

“Please govern yourselves accordingly.”

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