Meghan Markle's long term friend has out in defence of the Duchess of Sussex ahead of her controversial CBS Oprah Winfrey interview.
Jessica Mulroney, a close friend of Meghan's for many years, has taken to social media and uploaded a rare photo of the pair from over a decade ago.
The Canadian stylist's emotive post comes after surfacing reports of bullying allegations against The Duchess during her time at Buckingham Palace.
It has also been confirmed that Buckingham Palace are now investigating these claims, and Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to address the topic in their sit-down Oprah interview next week.
In a teaser clip of Prince Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah, the Duchess accuses "The Firm" of peddling a "wholly false narrative based on misleading and harmful information".
Mulroney, 41, went on Instagram to share an intimate photo of her and Meghan taken years ago .
Her emotive caption reads: "I don't know that anyone has had to deal with the pressure, the politics and the press like this woman. "
She passionately added: "In the face of it all, I have never seen her waver from kindness, empathy and love."
Her Instagram post has been met with a wave of online support from fans who have been celebrating her and Meghan's friendship.
One fan posted: "Love Meghan and your love for her! We have both of your backs".
A second wrote: "Love your friendship", whilst another commented "I'm sorry you both are going through this – but glad you have each other to lean on".
Jessica's heartfelt photo comes along with a number of social media posts from friends of The Duchess which support and praise her character, such as makeup artist Daniel Martin and Lindsay Wroth.
Furthermore, Silver Tree, director of US drama Suits, has also come out in support of Meghan on social media with an affectionate Instagram post.
She wrote: "This is Meg. A real person- not a cover story. She is one of my very nearest and dearest. Like all her friends I love her madly.
She is the friend who insists on always hearing the details of your life, your day, your kids life, your kids day, before hers. Always before hers."
ITV will air the CBS Oprah interview in the UK at 9pm on Monday 8 March.
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