Meghan Markle’s ‘Fits’ co-star Patrick J. Adams slams royal household

Meghan Markle’s newest voice of help is coming from her former “Fits” co-star.

Patrick J. Adams took to Twitter to defend the “enthusiastic, variety, cooperative, giving, joyful” Markle, who performed his spouse on the sequence, amid claims she bullied her royal aides.

“She has all the time been a strong girl with a deep sense of morality and a fierce work ethic and has by no means been afraid to talk up, be heard and defend herself and people she holds pricey,” he wrote on Friday.

Adams, 39, blasted the royal household, which he described at greatest “difficult and at worst, seemingly archaic and poisonous” and defended Markle, who confronted “limitless racist, slanderous, clickbaiting vitriol” from the British press.

“It’s OBSCENE that the Royal Household, who’s latest member is at the moment GROWING INSIDE OF HER, is selling and amplifying accusations of ‘bullying’ in opposition to a girl who herself was principally pressured to flea [sic] the UK so as shield her household and her personal psychological well being,” Adams continued, referring to Markle’s present being pregnant.

She and husband Prince Harry are already mother and father to just about 2-year-old Archie.

Adams additionally gave his “opinion” concerning Buckingham Palace and its determination to probe the allegations, writing, “this latest chapter and it’s [sic] timing is simply one other gorgeous instance of the shamelessness of a establishment that has outlived its relevance, is approach overdrawn on credibility and apparently bankrupt of decency.”

Adams, who additionally attended Prince Harry and Markle’s marriage ceremony along with his spouse Troian Bellisario, ended his rant by requesting the Agency again off of Markle.

“Discover another person to admonish, berate and torment,” he wrote. “My pal Meghan is approach out of your league.”

Followers will hear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s facet of the story on Sunday throughout their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey on CBS.