When telling Oprah Winfrey about the loneliness and oppression she suffered as a member of the royal family, Meghan Markle claimed that she hardly left Kensington Palace to meet up with friends because she was told she would attract unwanted attract media attention and should instead lie low.
Meghan specifically told Winfrey in her famous March 7 interview, that the people in “the firm” told her she was “over-saturated” and were concerned about how it would “look” if she was photographed going out to lunch. Meghan said these people were not sympathetic, even after she said she told them, “I haven’t left the house in months,” or when she also said, “I’ve left the house twice in four months. I’m everywhere, but I am nowhere. … I could not feel lonelier.”
Biographer Andrew Morton suggests that the Duchess of Sussex is, at the least, exaggerating her claims that during a four-month period she was “a lonely prisoner, hidden away by the men in grey,” Newsweek reported.
Morton writes in new chapters for his book, “Meghan: A Hollywood Princess,” available on Oct. 19, that Harry’s wife “was seen out on numerous occasions” in trendy London neighborhoods, including “dinner and lunch appointments in Notting Hill, beauty treatments in Kensington and various shopping trips.”
During those outings, paparazzi snapped photos of Meghan, but the tabloids declined to buy any images from these excursions, Morton said. The author didn’t go into…