Meghan reveals truth about ‘lavish’ baby shower


According to Hello magazine, the Duchess of Sussex filed new court papers in which her lawyers clarified details about the controversial event.

Meghan, pictured in New York for her baby shower in February. Picture: Gotham/GC ImagesSource:Getty Images

Meghan was heavily criticised over the lavish baby shower, which saw her flown from London to New York via private jet for the celebration, held in the penthouse suite at the lavish Mark Hotel. Guests included Serena Williams, Amal Clooney, Jessica Mulroney and Gayle King.

Amal Clooney arriving for the baby shower. Picture: Felipe Ramales/Splash News

Amal Clooney arriving for the baby shower. Picture: Felipe Ramales/Splash NewsSource:Splash News Australia

Gayle King was another guest. Picture: Adrian Edwards/GC Images

Gayle King was another guest. Picture: Adrian Edwards/GC ImagesSource:Getty Images

It was reported at the time that the new royal had snubbed her own mother, Doria Ragland, from the guest list in favour of her new A-list friends – a claim she has now denied.

In the documents, her lawyers wrote: “The suggestion that the Claimant (Meghan) deliberately left out her mother from her baby shower and ditched her in favour of her famous friends is untrue and offensive to her.

“The Claimant’s mother was of course invited, and the Claimant also offered to buy her airline tickets. However, her mother was unable to attend due to work commitments. It was also untrue and offensive to suggest, as the article does, that “not a single guest had known (the Claimant) for more than a decade”.

“In fact, the true position was that the baby shower (which actually cost a tiny fraction of the $300k falsely stated in the article) was organised and hosted by one of her best friends from university; the fifteen guests who attended the shower were close friends and included long-term friendships some of which had existed for over 20 years.”

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, on the Upper East Side on February 19. Picture: Gotham/GC Images

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, on the Upper East Side on February 19. Picture: Gotham/GC ImagesSource:Getty Images

In early October – and in the midst of their tour of Africa – Prince Harry and his wife announced they were taking legal action against British tabloid the Daily Mail over its publication of a private letter by Meghan, which the couple allege was published illegally and selectively edited to hide “lies” reported about her.



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