I just got off the phone with Cheryl who works at the cemetery where my grandfather, Royal Rosemond, is buried. We are making arrangements to have my ashes placed there. The main problem is having next of kin – to put me there! After the Fame&Fortune Stampede the law firm of Buck&Morris created to – get in Christine Rosamond’s Tell-all Escapade – my family hates me for saying bad things about them. I tried to stop this book from being written. For a month, I have been preparing to post on the outrageous things Tom Snyder wrote in his Book of Defamation – that put me in therapy, a remedy Meghan sought, and felt she was denied. She felt suicidal and un-loved. She said she was treated with disrespect.
Another OUTSIDER, and hired ghost writer, said I was part of a plot to oppress Rosamond to the point she had to hide in the closet when she was four to render amazing works of art. No real family member objected to this lie – but me! How would you like to be depicted in a movie as a jealous and treacherous five year old? Wait till your read what these evil outsiders did to our mother in their Tell-alls.
Executor, Sydney Morris, lined them up in his wicked carney show, for any hack-writer to come take their best shop at dunking Rosamond in a hateful cesspool – that sunk her fame and destroyed the estate of a world famous female artist. Yesterday was Woman’s Day.
“The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan,” the palace said in a statement, breaking its silence more than 40 hours after the revealing interview first aired in the U.S. on Sunday night.
“While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately,” the statement added. “Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members.”
Earlier on Tuesday, several royal family members, including Harry’s father Prince Charles, carried on with their usual engagements.
The statement on what royal experts have described as a very damaging interview marked a notable departure for the palace, which usually refrains from commenting on reports and articles in the media.
The couple spoke with the media mogul Winfrey for a two-hour interview that aired on CBS in prime time on Sunday night in the United States and on Monday night in the United Kingdom.
The wide-ranging interview focused on what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex described as a lack of support offered to the couple after their 2018 marriage, Meghan’s experience with suicidal thoughts and British tabloids’ harsh scrutiny of her, which she said veered into racist undertones.