Jessica Mulroney, the Duchess of Sussex’s best friend and former stylist, fears that the unofficial ties between the pair have ruined her career for good.
Mulroney appears to have been completely cut off by Meghan after getting involved in a race lane last month, and the royal rejection appears to be hitting her finances and career prospects.
Former Canadian Prime Minister’s daughter-in-law threatened the livelihood of black blogger Sasha Exeter after the pair had a private argument about racism last month.
The controversy led to Mulroney, a mother of three, being fired for her role as a presenter for Canadian broadcaster CTV and her job with Good Morning America.
She is now afraid that she may never work again.
Jessica Mulroney is said to have been ‘desperate and devastated’ because she had been ‘dumped’ by a close friend Meghan Markle after a controversy over racism. The pair were pictured in 2016
The Duchess of Sussex’s friendship with stylist Jessica Mulroney seems to be in excruciating tension after a racing row with black blogger Sasha Exeter
“Jessica’s team has made it clear that she feels completely dumped by Meghan and fears that she will get her out of her life forever,” said a source. The sun.
“She is completely distraught and devastated because Meghan has done nothing to stand up for her publicly. Jessica is terrified that she will never work again.
“Meghan has left her most loyal friend to look awake,” the source said.
Mulroney has reportedly hired lawyers, image experts and crisis PR teams to leave behind the reaction of her recent feud and make a comeback, a source said. US Weekly.
She has spoken to lawyers, image experts and crisis PR teams. She has many at home to brainstorm and find a way to put this behind her. ‘
Mulroney seemed to drag Meghan into an online racism row, after which Meghan’s publicists said she “could no longer be associated with her” best friend. Shown with Mulroney’s husband, Ben, center in 2016
An idea might be to have a statement of support from Meghan – like a girl’s shopping, but Mulroney is slowly beginning to realize that such support will not come.
“It’s a brutal blow after a ten-year friendship. Jessica has been there for Meghan through thick and thin, ”a source told The Sun.
“She’s losing so much work from brands that used to love her relationship with Meghan but now feel like she’s become toxic,” they said.
Shortly after the race broke out, Meghan’s publicists rowed reporters that the Duchess was “hurt” by her best friend’s behavior and that “she could no longer be associated with her.”
Canadian stylist Jessica Mulroney (40) (left) fears her friendship is over Meghan Markle (right)
Mulroney reportedly didn’t hear from Markle after meeting blogger Sasha Exeter (pictured), where the pair argued over white privilege and Mulroney threatened to sue
The fight also had implications for her husband Ben, who announced that he would step down from his CTV entertainment show etalk.
Mulroney would not feel supported at all by Meghan, who she thought was her best friend.
She now hopes to somehow revive her career, but without any help from Meghan.
The feud started after blogger Sasha called for high-profile people to be louder in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, which Mulroney considered a personal attack.
Jessica Mulroney, pictured, would now attempt to make a comeback after being shunned by brands and television networks that had previously welcomed her. Pictured in February
A number of offensive messages were then sent behind the scenes, with Mulroney reportedly threatening to damage Sasha’s career.
When Sasha accused Mulroney of attempting to silence her, Mulroney as a black woman dropped her friendship with bi-racial Meghan as evidence that she was not racist.
She wrote on Instagram: “I had a very public and personal experience with my best friend, where the race was central.”
Sasha then shared screenshots revealing how Mulroney threatened to sue her, calling her response “textbook white privilege.”
Mulroney was dropped by CTV and Hudson’s Bay in June after Exeter shared their argument
Another friend told it New York Post their relationship was on the run before the fight, as Meghan felt that Mulroney was “making a career out of friendship.”
“The white row of privileges really gave Meghan the excuse she was waiting to shut down Jess for good,” they said. “I don’t know what the tipping point was, but Jess has been busy for a while.
“Their friendship is absolutely not what it was. And really, how can you have such a close friendship when one person actually makes a career out of the friendship? ‘
The pair was once incredibly close-knit and met in Toronto when Meghan filmed the legal TV drama Suits, which made her name.
Jessica’s twin sons Brian and John, now nine, were pageboys at Meghan’s wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018, with her daughter Ivy a flower girl.
Jessica helped Meghan choose her wedding dress and reportedly became godmother to 14-month-old Archie, although she was unable to attend last year’s christening at Windsor Castle.
But for the time being, the friendship seems to have been made.
“If Meghan decides to host someone, she usually won’t go back,” a source told The Sun.
“When it comes to Jessica, she hopefully realizes it’s not a good idea. Jessica knows all her secrets and everything she’s been through. This is not someone she wants to make an enemy at the moment. ‘
Sources previously claimed that their relationship was ‘already underway’, like Mulroney, in the photo ‘made a career out of friendship’
How Jessica Mulroney’s career has progressed since the royal wedding
Canadian stylist Jessica Mulroney’s career had grown ever since she attended Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018.
The mother of three, whose children were page boys and flower girl at the marriage of the Duchess of Sussex, has since won a series of high profile TV contracts.
Jessica, 40, who is married to Canadian television presenter Ben Mulroney, son of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, announced her new wedding reality show with CTV last year.
Mulroney’s reality show, I Do, Redo, premiered on CTV in late March and was also released internationally on Netflix.
The series followed Jessica as she helped couples move on to their disastrous weddings by giving them the marriage they ‘always dreamed of’.
Mulroney has also been a regular face since last year, presenting a fashion segment for ABC’s Good Morning America.
Jessica also became the spokesperson for The Bay’s bridal brand, which launched in late 2018.
However, Jessica’s reality TV show has been canceled and she was fired as a bridal marketing specialist amid the race line last week.
ABC has also cut ties with Jessica in her occasional role as a fashion contributor on Good Morning America.
The Bay also released a statement confirming that Mulroney would no longer be the face of Kleinfeld Canada.
Jessica Mulroney, who attended Meghan’s New York baby shower in 2019, was last seen in Windsor after Archie’s birth last May.
While many reports followed claims of her role in Harry and Meghan’s move to Canada earlier this year, the pair have not been seen together.
Jessica made sure she didn’t talk too much about Meghan in public and said last March, “Listen, everyone should have a little bit of privacy in their life.
“There are certain things that I find very precious and secret. There are things I will never talk about for sure. My life is an open book, but there are always a few secret pages in the back that no one will be able to read. ‘
But at a rare time, she seemed to hit the media earlier in August, defending Meghan.
Mulroney took to Instagram at the time to say that the Duchess of Sussex had been unfairly criticized and suggested that race was a factor.
“When someone is confronted with unfair criticism, you cry out. If that person is your friend and your family, you call those critics what they really are. Shame on you, racist bullies, ”Mulroney wrote.
She added, “Three years of undeserved hate and abuse. It is enough.’
Mulroney had previously shared a tweet by British actress Jameela Jamil accusing people of bullying Meghan for her race.
Last month, Mulroney revealed that she was taking a break on social media because “someone dear to her” told her that being silent amid racism is not enough.