Meghan Markle and her agent "arranged" paparazzi shots of her when she entered a London restaurant just a year before she met Prince Harry.
A photographer took pictures of the then less well-known actress von Suits, who entered Totos Restaurant in Kensington in March 2015 – in a shoot that was said to have been organized by her agent at the time.
She was caught when she entered the Italian restaurant in an elegant black ensemble with a white sleeveless trench coat.
Inside, the actress, who played legal attorney Rachel Zane in suits, was interviewed by The Mail On Sunday & # 39; s You Magazine as part of a weekly post that featured emerging talent.
Meghan Markle and her agent "arranged" paparazzi shots of her when she entered a London restaurant just a year before she met Prince Harry. Inside, the actress, who played attorney Rachel Zane in suits, was interviewed by The Mail On Sunday's You Magazine (pictured and with the journalist who interviewed her).
Inside, the actress, who played legal assistant Rachel Zane in suits, was interviewed as part of a weekly post with emerging talent The Mail On Sunday & # 39; s You Magazine (pictured)
A source told The Sun: "Meghan knew the photographer would be in the Kensington restaurant to take photos of her arrival. Everything was arranged in advance. & # 39;
They added, "For someone who wasn't well known in Britain at the time, she certainly didn't question why a photographer happened to show up to take her picture."
Meghan's former agent Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne denied that a photo shoot had ever been arranged by the Kruger Cowne company.
Earlier this week, the bombing biography Finding Freedom revealed that Meghan had taken paparazzi pictures while she was working as an actress and before she was with Prince Harry.
The star of the suits is said to have told photographers where they would be so that they could get pictures and "pass on information to the press", the bomb biography says.
Meghan Markle goes to Toronto, Canada (left) for afternoon yoga in December 2016. Her relationship with Prince Harry (together in 2017) became public in October of that year. There is no indication that paparazzi have been set up for these images
Recalling the moment when the couple's relationship became public in Toronto in October 2016, they were alleged to have been "warned" that a tabloid was going to tell the story.
There is no evidence that Meghan was involved in the publication of the couple's relationship.
"It was no longer just the two of them. While Meghan occasionally took a paparazzi photo or shared information with the press here and there before meeting Harry, she did everything in her power to protect the privacy of her relationship with the prince.
"She knew that the silence meant that they could get to know each other without pressure or worry from reporters who shared their romance."
The actress Meghan is photographed at a glamorous event in New York on June 12, 2012 (left). She was on the TV show Suits at the time (right)
But it added that "part of her was also relieved".
Claims about Meghan's previous relationship with the media are based on questions about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's participation in the book.
The couple denied that they sat down with authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand to be interviewed for the biography serialized in The Times and Sunday Times that discloses their struggle against the Royals.
But its pages contain intimate anecdotes that would only be known to those closest to you. In an excerpt, the authors tell how Meghan "sat in a bathroom the night before her wedding … FaceTiming with a friend".
Another section describes the "perfect (yoga) pose" into which she stretched her body after talking about the marriage to Harry on vacation in Africa.
It also reveals texts between the couple and the details of the food the prince and queen ate when they met for a recent heart-to-heart meeting in Windsor.
In another excerpt, a source near the couple defends the fast pace of their relationship and says, “Their love was real and their feelings for each other were real. Everything else was noise. “The comment reflects Meghan's own words from an interview at the Vanity Fair in 2017 when she discussed the effects of her relationship with Harry.
“The people close to me anchor me in knowing who I am. The rest is noise, ”she said.
Some commentators have compared Andrew Morton's biography of Diana, the late Princess of Wales.
The book was criticized when it was published, but it later turned out that Diana was the source.
The Queen's former press officer, Dickie Arbiter, told the mail: “I think she has her fingerprints everywhere.
We had a similar scenario in 1992 when Diana blindly swore she hadn't helped Andrew Morton, and yet a year later it turned out that she had helped him indirectly, so the story repeats itself.
"There are too many things we saw in serialization that could only come out of the horse's mouth, like the decision to crash Sandringram when it landed from Canada."
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