Jessica Mulroney deleted Meghan Markle post after ‘three years of bullying’

Jessica Mulroney said she deleted "certain" pictures from her social media because she has had to put up with "hatred" and "bullying" for the last three years.

Her comments came after a throwback picture from best pal Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry disappeared from her Instagram page last week.

The 40-year-old first shared the image of her son, who served as a page boy at the 2018 Royal Wedding, to Instagram two weeks ago.

But eagle-eyed fans spotted Jessica had deleted the image – a decision she seemingly explained and put down to bullying in a social media post.

She told fans to be "kind" and "gracious" and said she has had to put up with "bullying" and "hatred" for the last three years.

In the Instagram post, Mulroney said: "People often ask why I delete certain posts.

"The amount of bullying and hatred I've had to put up with for three years.

"I'm tired of looking at it. Be kind. Be gracious.

"We are grown ups… stop acting like teenagers. Real women don't put down other women."

Jessica had captioned the picture: "When I feel dark and grey, I see this and it all goes away."

Later, she changed it to: "I see this and pure joy."

The image showed her young son smiling for the camera while holding Meghan Markle's veil at the Windsor wedding.

Jessica returned to social media in August after a two month break following a public dispute with influencer Sasha Exeter amid the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Exeter accused Mulroney of "threatening her livelihood" after "taking offence" at a Black Lives Matter video posted online.

The feud resulted in Jessica being dropped from prominent TV roles and several brand partnerships.

It was also reported Meghan allegedly cut ties with Mulroney over the controversy, and Jessica later issued a public apology.

She said: "I want to say from my heart that every word of my apologies to Sasha over the course of the last two weeks privately, and again both publicly and privately today is true.

"I did not intend in any way to jeopardise her livelihood.

"We had a disagreement and it got out of hand. For that I am sorry."

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