Members of the British Parliament have rescued Meghan Markle, who said in her report "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" that she is being harmed by media harassment. "What all this causes in me is undoubtedly very destructive. I knew it would not be easy, but I thought at least that would be right. She had confided. She gets a lot of support. Indeed, no less than 72 women members of the British Parliament expressed, in an open letter on 29 October 2019, their solidarity with the Duchess of Sussex.

"As deputies of all political convictions, we wanted to express our solidarity with you against the unpleasant and misleading nature of the stories published in a number of our national newspapers about you, your character and your family," reads start of this open letter, relayed on Twitter by MP Holly Lynch .The elected members of the House of Commons denounce including articles and titles of press which too often "represent an invasion" of the private life of Meghan Markle, and which contribute to relay rumors, without any real foundation, as to the "personality" of the young woman.

"More disturbing still, we denounce what can only be described as the outdated and colonial overtones of some of these reports. As British parliamentarians of all origins, we support you by saying that this can not continue with impunity, "write these 72 elected.

"We expect national media to have the integrity to know when an article is in the country's interest, and when it is trying to demolish a woman for no apparent reason. ". The MPs also ensure that they will use every means at their disposal to ensure that the British press respects the right to privacy of the Duchess of Sussex and her family. We will use the means at our disposal to ensure that our press accepts your right to privacy. They add in this letter to the Duchess of Sussex and her family.

Prince Harry, aware that the rants of tabloids reach the physical and mental integrity of his wife, had already reacted by taking legal action against several British media: "I saw what happens when a person that I like is trivialized to the point of no longer being treated or seen as a real person. I lost my mother and now I see my wife becoming the victim of these same powerful forces. My biggest fear is that history repeats itself, "he said in a statement, referring to his mother Diana, who died in 1997 in Paris after a car chase with paparazzi.

No wonder this young royal couple can consider "a second home" in Africa or the United States...

Kate White for DayNewsWorld