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Hollywood stars show their support for Meghan Markle amid family battle

The former actress's Hollywood peers have come to her defense amid a nasty battle with her bitter family.

By OK! team
With her family at war, the last few weeks have been tougher than Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, could ever have imagined.
And through the endless battle with her bitter family, Prince Harry has stood by her side. "Prince Harry's very protective," an inside source reveals.
But one thing that Harry hasn't been able to protect her from is the barrage of attacks coming from her own father Thomas Markle, 74, who has now blasted her in his most scathing interview yet.
Has Thomas Markle's newest comments completely severed his relationship with Meghan?
Painting Meghan as 'cold' and uncaring, he says the former Suits actress cut him off after he blabbed about her and Harry in a series of interviews, and posed for staged photographs before her wedding.
"What riles me is Meghan's sense of superiority. She'd be nothing without me. I made her the Duchess she is today," he snapped, before making a very low blow. "Perhaps it would be easier for Meghan if I died. Everybody would be filled with sympathy for her."
Harry is very protective of his wife.
It's the latest in a series of swipes from Thomas, and Meghan's half-siblings Samantha, 53, and Thomas Jr, 51 and it seems that the rest of the world have quite frankly had enough of the Markle family taking shots Meghan.
These Hollywood stars have come to the Duchess's defense, giving the Markle's a taste of their own medicine.

Olivia Munn

The Ocean's 8 star hit out at Meghan's half-sister Samantha Grant. "She says a lot of crazy stuff in the press… whoa!" says Olivia.

Sharon Osbourne

Sharon claimed on The Talk that Thomas has "a bad drinking problem". Hitting back, he says, "I'm not an alcoholic."

Chrissy Teigen

"This guy sucks. What is wrong with him?" she tweeted. "Let your daughter be happy… This is embarrassing."
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