The mother of one of Meghan Markle's ex-boyfriends jumped to her defense and beat the & # 39; jealous, hostile bullying & # 39; with which the royal face has had to deal.
Joanne Vitiello, from Ontario, is the mother of the famous chef Cory, with whom Meghan went out for two years before meeting 35, Harry.
Deleted in one now chatter, Joanne responded to the news that 72 MPs have signed an open letter in support of the Duchess of Sussex.
She placed: & # 39; It's time! So sad and shocking to see that so much jealousy, hostility and bullying came at her. & # 39;
The Duchess of Sussex dated Chef Cory for two years before she broke up shortly before Meghan met Prince Harry in 2016 (Cory, pictured with Meghan in 2014)
Joanne Vitiello, from Ontario (pictured with her husband), shared her support for her son Cory's former girlfriend Meghan Markle
Meghan has two years with Joanne & # 39; s son Cory Vitiello dated from May 2014 to May 2016, where his mother previously said the relationship & # 39; absolutely & # 39; was serious.
The couple is supposed to have parted just a few weeks before Meghan met Prince Harry, with the former actress raving about Cory on her now closed blog The Tig.
She called him her & # 39; very favorite chef & # 39; and wrote about him and his restaurant: & # 39; And maybe that is part of it – the charm of the small city and the moral compass of someone who doesn't come from the big city, but big dreams thoughts and lets them happen – that makes food so approachable and yet inspired. & # 39;
Diane shared her support for her son's former girlfriend in response to Meghan & # 39; s best friend Jessica Mulroney.
The former stylist and close friend of Meghan posted a comment on the news. 72 female members of parliament had signed an open letter in support of the Duchess of Sussex.
Jessica tweeted in support of the letter, placed a heart emoji and said: & # 39; This is what I am talking about. & # 39;
In a tweet that has since been deleted, Joanne said that & # 39; so sad and shocking & # 39; was to see & # 39; so much jealousy, hostility and bullying focused on her & # 39;
And Diane responded quickly to Jessica's tweet, in a now deleted message, saying: & it's time!
& # 39; So sad and shocking to see so much jealousy, hostility and bullying coming at her. & # 39;
The letter stated that & # 39; as female MPs of all political beliefs & # 39; the group wanted to stand & # 39; against stories they said they were & # 39; often unpleasant and misleading & # 39; were in a number of national newspapers in the UK.
Joanne's remark came when 72 female MPs signed an open letter in support of the Duchess of Sussex
Meghan's best friend and former stylist Jessica Mulroney also spoke in support of the movement of female politicians
Jessica tweets & # 39; This is what I am talking about & # 39; in a message that was found online thousands of times
It went on: & # 39; On occasions, stories and headlines have violated your privacy and have attempted to cast doubt on your character, without good reason as far as we can see. & # 39;
& # 39; Even more disturbing, we call out what can only be described as an outdated, colonial undertone of some of these stories.
& # 39; As female MPs of all backgrounds, we stand by the fact that it should not be allowed to remain untouched. & # 39;
Diane's comments come as 72 female MPs sign an open letter in support of the Duchess of Sussex
Diane has praised Meghan, who spent Christmas 2015 with the Vitiello family and spent a few days in their home in Brantford, west of Toronto.
In the past, Diane has talked about how & # 39; very & # 39; the duchess's family is and said: & she is a sweet, sweet woman. Very smart, very clear, very caring. She is a warm personality, very genuine.
& # 39; We really enjoyed the time we spent with her. She suited our family very well. The royal family and Britain are very lucky to have her. & # 39;
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