Meghan Markle’s pal ‘accidentally sent duchess voice memo complaining she sent too many emojis’


MEGHAN Markle’s pal accidentally sent the duchess a voice memo complaining that she sent too many emojis, it has been revealed.

The awkward incident allegedly soured the pair’s relationship forcing the duchess and her friend to drift apart.

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Meghan was allegedly sent a voice message of her friend complaining about her over-use of emojis

“One of Meghan’s British friends fell out with her because Meghan was writing all these messages with loads of emojis,” a source told the Daily Mail.

“The friend dictated a WhatsApp voice note saying, ‘God, Meghan is so annoying with all her emojis, she keeps sending me all these emojis’.”

Things took a turn for the worse when the pal, who remained anonymous, accidentally sent the scathing voice note to Meghan.

“But then the friend sent the voice memo to Meghan herself by accident instead of sending it to a mutual friend,” the source continued.

It comes as former friend Piers Morgan branded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s accusations of racism within the royal family a “disgraceful betrayal”.

The former newspaper editor has given his most detailed account yet of the fallout from the couple’s Oprah Winfrey interview that resulted in him quitting Good Morning Britain.

In his latest column for the Mail on Sunday, he reiterated that he did not believe any of the allegations Meghan and Harry made against the royals.

Calling the accusation a “falsehood”, Piers then surmised it was said to cause the royals “maximum harm”.

Meanwhile, Meghan’s dad Thomas wants to sue her friends who revealed the existence of a letter she sent him after her wedding.

Thomas Markle, 76, is said to have spoken to lawyers and is trying to get the names of the five pals who spoke of the letter in order to file a lawsuit.

Thomas told the Sunday People: “I’m trying to get the names and I’ll take legal action.

“There were lies told about me, it’s defamation. The magazine might be liable too and the people who gave the information – but nobody seems to want to give up their names.”