The couple had come under fire from several newspapers and commentators for using private jets for trips with their new son Archie to the Spanish island of Ibiza and to Sir Elton's villa in Nice in the south of France. "The way people treat her is the most public form of bullying I have seen in a while".
Meghan Markle's best friend is standing up for her. "It's 2019. Grow up".
Sir Elton John was among those to leap to the couple's defense saying he paid for the jet so they could spent time at his Nice mansion.
"Carbon neutral" is a term used to describe the process of calculating the amount of greenhouse gas a flight or action has emitted and then financially contributing the same amount to an environmental organization.
"David and I wanted the young family to have a private holiday inside the safety and tranquillity of our home".
"They are prime targets for kidnap and sometimes assassination", she argued.
She added: "It's in the interest of us civilians to not be endangered by proximity to people in such powerful positions".
Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex wave as they leave Windsor Castle after their wedding to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. So perhaps we will see things like pencil skirts and a smart array of pants, plus cashmere jumpers in an assortment of colours and perhaps even a tailored blazer or two - blazers are a staple in Meghan's wardrobe. Meghan and Harry first flew from London to Spain with baby Archie to celebrate Meghan's 38th birthday.
Known to be a conservationist, Harry said in a July interview with Vogue that the couple would likely only have two children. When that person is your friend and family, you call those critics what they truly are. Their Instagram post showed a quote from Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
I mean, travelling the world is all well and good but when you're scrutinised online for every decision you make, it can't be easy.
Responding to the recent debate about Prince Harry and Duchess Megan's carbon footprint, the outspoken star of NBC's "The Good Place" called out the British media - and the British - on their apparent bias against the mixed-race American actress.