Meghan denies feeling ’embarrassed’ following Prince Harry’s memoir, says pal

Claims that Meghan Markle was left "embarrassed" by the release of Prince Harry’s controversial memoir ‘Spare’ have been rubbished by a source close to the Duchess.

The insider has spoken out saying the claim is “nothing but lies” and has slammed reports as “ridiculous”.

The source, which the Mirror reports as being a close friend of Meghan, also denied the Duchess of Sussex was feeling "excluded" from the King's coronation following speculation about whether the royal pair will receive an invite.

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The pal told the Mirror Meghan was also not “seeking support from mentors”.

It follows claims the 41-year-old reached out to friends following the release of Prince Harry's tell-all autobiography.

In the memoir, the Duke of Sussex recalled how he lost his virginity to an older woman in a field behind a pub.

Harry detailed what he called a "humiliating episode with an older woman who liked macho horses and who treated me like a young stallion".

He also claimed he "mounted her quickly, after which she spanked my ass and sent me away".

In an interview, Sasha Walpole – who claims to be the older woman – said they had been drinking shots in the pub before they snuck out to the field to have a cigarette.

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A source told The Spectator Meghan would be "embarrassed by the whole thing" and was "seeking support from mentors" – something that has now been disputed.

The source also told The Spectator that Meghan felt "excluded" from the King's coronation, alleging she and Harry may not attend as a result.

They said the royal couple were "weighing up" whether or not to return to the UK for the ceremony, which will take place on May 6.

The pair are yet to publicly comment on whether they will be attending.

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Meghan and Harry were savagely mocked in a recent episode of South Park, with some viewers slamming the show for going too far.

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "South Park is rancid! The Prince Harry and Meghan abuse has gone on for far too long."

Another added: "This is a sad commentary. The Royal Family is disfunction at its highest.

"And I use the term 'family' lightly. They don't even call themselves a family–they call themselves, 'The Firm.' I feel sorry for all of them."

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