Serena Williams offers Meghan Markle PR advice amid trolling


"Meghan's obviously had some frightful trolling, plus people keep speculating about her relationship with Kate so Serena feels she needs the 'big guns" behind her to set the record straight, and shut everything down'.

"Oh, actually do you have a Sharpie marker?"

When The Sun questioned the 40-year-old doula further, she said "Well, I am obviously not at liberty to talk about who, or who might not, be my client".

The Duchess of Sussex packs food parcels for sex workers.

The project provides women with practical and emotional support, including expert advice and crisis care to hot showers and lunch.

'Her publicist Kelly put a small team together to create a pitch, and have been in touch with the Palace under an official capacity with a few ideas.

They included phrases such as "you are brave", "you are strong", and "you are loved", which Good Morning Britain host Piers called patronising, as well as mocking the Duchess for her choice of fruit. Some can say that Prince Harry and Meghan moved quite fast.

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Messages included inspirational phrases, such as, "you are strong", "you are courageous", and "you are special".

Serena, who gave birth to her first child Alexis Olympia in 2017, has been firm friends with fellow American Meghan for nearly a decade, after they met in 2010.

"You've got to read my book to see what things were really like", Samantha said, adding that she vows to "cover everything from behind the scenes that the world does not know about".

The Duchess of Sussex watched the proceedings from the balcony of a separate window outside the Cenotaph war memorial.

Others on social media disagreed with Morgan and critics of Markle, saying the duchess is setting an example by continuing to do charity work.

But the former actress is going with whatever feels right for her, regardless of the rules.

But One25's CEO Anna Smith told it was a moment she will never forget.