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Meghan Markle’s friend, Janina Gavankar slams the media for Photoshopping a pic of the royal couple’s christmas card

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Meghan Markle’s friend, Janina Gavankar, is slamming the media for allegedly Photoshopping the royal couple’s christmas card in a “campaign” against her.

On Tuesday, Gavankar, took to Twitter to call out the Daily Mail after the outlet published an allegedly Photoshopped version of the royal couple’s Christmas card — which is clearly shown in the Girl’s face clearly in the background, while the Duke’s face remained blurry and out of focus.

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In the first of two tweets, Gavankar and she was behind the camera for x-mas-pictures — and revealed she was “proud” of the original image.

“So proud of you to have taken the Christmas photos for one of my best friends and her family. Here is the original document that was sent out,” she wrote.

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She was crying to the Daily Mail, in the following tweet, stating that there has been a media campaign” to Meghan.

“…and according to The Mail, I can’t see your campaign against my friend’s remains. Nice photoshop of my non-photoshopped image. Now, we can all come together in the spirit of Christmas and not the spirit of evil,” she continued.

Gavankar is the gripe against it in the exhaust pipe comes out with a report that Meghan’s face was Photoshopped onto the Christmas card, in which the Daily Mail claimed that “Meghan’s face appears to be considerably more attention than Prince Harry’s image to appear online, despite the fact that they are both about the same distance behind the Image.”

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Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Countess of Sussex, and their son, Archie, Mountbatten-Windsor, to meet with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, during their royal tour of South Africa on 25 January 2019 at the latest, in cape town, South Africa.
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In September, the royal couple were fighting in court with the Daily Mail for a “relentless campaign” against Meghan.

Harry, the Duke of Sussex, england, published a report in which the British tabloid press for the implementation of a “relentless campaign” by Markle “, that has been terminated in the past year, in the course of her pregnancy, and while raising the couple’s son, Archie. Harry, it appeared that the couple would be taking legal action.

According to a legal spokesperson to represent Markle, the Countess of Sussex, england, in a cause of action against the Mail on Sunday, Sept. 29 — the parent company of Associated Newspapers, which claimed “the aggressive and wrongful publication of a private letter, written by the” Markle. Although it is not the name of a specific letter, The Guardian reported that the Mail published a letter that was written by Markle to his father.

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“There’s a human cost of this relentless propaganda, especially if it is knowingly false, and malicious, and even though we continue to have a brave face – as many of you may be, I can’t tell you how painful it is,” Harry wrote. “Because in today’s digital age, the pressure on the things you make up can be re-used, as is the truth throughout the world. The next day the coverage is no longer tomorrow’s chip paper.

“So far, we have not been able to get right to the continued use of deception, something that this media is well aware of and, therefore, to have been a day, and sometimes hourly basis,” he continued, pointing out that this is the reason for the Sussexes that have decided to take legal action — “this is a process,” says Harry, “it’s been many months in the making.”

Fox News Mariah Haas contributed to this report.

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