In a previous interview with New Idea, author of the controversial Tatler cover story Anna Pasternak spoke of Meghan’s desire to be heard.
“I think [Meghan] has her own agenda as a modern woman and wants her own life and I’m not sure she’s going to be diligent enough to the new set of emotional demands that Harry will have,” she revealed.
Anna, who also wrote The American Duchess: The Real Wallis Simpson went on to say: “I think Meghan is out for Meghan and she has this unquenchable ambition.
She thought … she was going to have this global platform and when she realised she couldn’t have a voice she thought ‘I’m better off out and then I can have my voice’. She wants more exposure and wants her voice to be heard.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William called in the lawyers after Anna wrote an explosive piece about the Duchess of Cambridge, which was published in Tatler magazine.
In the article Duchess Catherine was reported to be "exhausted and trapped" within the royal family since Harry and Meghan's departure.
However, the legal team for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stated that the article called Catherine the Great contained "a swathe of inaccuracies and false representations" and demanded that it be removed on Tatler's website.
And it turns out Meghan has a connection to the journalist behind it!
Journalist Anna is friends with former Tatler journalist Vanessa Mulroney - and if that name sounds familiar it's because Vanessa is the sister-in-law of Meghan's best friend, Jessica Mulroney.
"Pasternak's article caused immense unnecessary pain for Kate and its central claim that she felt trapped and unhappy was wildly untrue," a source told The Sun.
"Pasternak is sticking to her story and saying her sources are good. She is very well connected in the US. She is friends with Vanessa Mulroney who used to work at Tatler and now lives in Canada. And Vanessa's sister-in-law Jessica is Meghan's best friend. It's intriguing."