"Both women have a lot of admiration for each other and it was a very sweet, warm meeting", the source said. Reportedly, the Duchess of Sussex secretly invited former FLOTUS Hillary Clinton to visit her at Frogmore Cottage where she shared a very touching moment with Archie Harrison. "They are mutual fan girls!" the insider revealed.
According to Byline Investigates, the documents state they "lied to readers about publishing the "full" content of a letter she wrote to Thomas Markle". "I feel as a mother I just want to put my arms around her", she told the broadcaster.
"Oh my God, I want to hug her".
The British broadcast personality added he thinks the press has treated them fairly - "The press has rightly praised them when they've behaved like proper royals and has rightly castigated them when they've behaved like jumped-up whiny spoiled hypocritical celebrity brats". She wrote letters to civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred, then-first lady Hillary, Nick News anchor Linda Ellerbee and the soap's manufacturer, Procter & Gamble - which eventually changed the ad to "people are fighting greasy pots and pans".
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Pleading anonymity, he said their prisoners were kept in waiting by telling them different reasons about delay in flight. He claimed they had learnt that U.S. officials suddenly changed their mind and refused to release their prisoners.
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A lot of work to be where we are today and without all my team and family this year next to me this thing would be impossible to me.
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"Look at all your teeth!" she exclaims in the clip, before gesturing to the child's bottom gum and saying, "Archie just got two teeth". You know, it's not easy.
The Duchess of Sussex's legal team wrote, "The omitted parts demonstrate the Claimant's care for her father and others, as well as her concern about the United Kingdom tabloid media exploiting her father, and the fact that she addresses untruths previously published by the Defendant". And there are some techniques that can be learned along the way, some humor, some deflection, whatever, which I'm sure she will come to.
Having been in the spotlight for decades, Clinton knows better than most what it's like to have every aspect of your personal life raked over in public. "It takes some getting used to, to have your every move scrutinized and analyzed and, frankly, things made up about", Clinton sounded off.