Meghan Markle complained Royal Family controlled every part of her life but one in her bombshell emails

MEGHAN Markle complained that the Royal Family controlled every part of her life – apart from one.

Her bombshell emails disclosed in court now reveal that Meghan Markle was insistent that she didn't have a stylist – and that it was the "only thing" she seemed to be able to control.

Royal aide Jason Knauf dramatically broke ranks to reveal bombshell texts and emails with the Duchess – in which she says she finds it "personally frustrating" that people claimed she had a stylist.

Text messages and emails between Meghan, 40, and her former communications secretary were made public for the first time last week.

Amid her claims that she had no control over her life while in the Firm, Meghan admits that she did have authority over her "personal styling."

In a Tweet, one person named Meghan's friends as her stylist – which the Duchess clearly took issue with.

In August, the Duchess wrote Knauf an email which read: "You know how personally frustrating I find the 'stylist' narrative (as it's the only thing I seem to still have any control over—my personal styling).

"But given we are being asked to cooperate with this evidently authoritative biography I need to share I will not be comfortable doing so if this person is considered an authority and is tweeting the below.

"Can we set up a time to chat? I feel he needs to be back briefed ASAP if there's any conversation about working with them moving forward.

"He's being quoted in Town and Country and various others as saying [redacted] styled me which is patently untrue…"

And when Meghan sent a briefing note to Knauf to give to the Finding Freedom authors, she reiterated the fact she didn't have a stylist.

In her notes, written in the third person, the final line read simply: "Also Meghan does not work with a stylist; [redacted] is her close friend."

This comes after Meghan told Oprah Winfrey during her bombshell interview in March that she felt trapped with the royal family.

She also said that she experienced suicidal thoughts – as well as having to hand over her passport, driver's licence and keys.

Meghan also claimed a senior royal had asked how “dark” Harry and Meghan’s son Archie would be when born and how royal life had left her on the verge of suicide.

Bombshell messages sent by Meghan Markle have revealed five alleged contradictions in her court claims.

The Duchess of Sussex's credibility has been threatened after the explosive evidence was submitted to the High Court.

They came at the end of a sensational three-day case brought by the Mail on Sunday to appeal against Meghan's privacy win.

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The newspaper published extracts of a five-page private letter she'd written to her dad begging him not to speak to the media about her.

But on May 12, Mr Knauf announced he was stepping down from his royal roles – and decided to provide new evidence.

Then at the end of July a “confidential source” approached the newspaper to tell them Mr Knauf had undergone a dramatic change of heart.

Harry and Meghan’s former press secretary had ditched his previous lawyers – and was now ready to talk.

His six-page witness statement last week set out in detail how the Duchess had carefully crafted the letter to her dad over several days.

It included text message and email exchanges with Meghan revealing how she called Thomas “Daddy” because “it would pull at the heartstrings” if it leaked.

Mr Knauf also set out how Harry and Meghan had authorised cooperation with the authors of the couple’s biography Finding Freedom.

But Meghan barely concealed her cold fury at her former aide in a 22-page witness statement filed into court in response.

In it she told how she was “puzzled” by Mr Knauf’s decision to include “private texts regarding deeply personal family matters”.

She also cast doubt on Mr Knauf’s evidence, adding “there are certain matters that I would not have shared with him.”

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