As previously reported, Meghan Markle has no interest in talking to the Queen on Christmas.
But the angry Duchess of Sussex does now have an interest in speaking out about all those negative rumors that continue to swirl about her online and in unreliable print publication.
And she has A LOT to say about them.
According to court documents obtained by People Magazine, and submitted by Markle's attorneys in her legal case against Associated Newspapers (owner of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday), certain tabloids have gone out of their way to misrepresent the former Suits actress.
And she's here to break down all the ways they've done so.
Among these allegations, Markle claim the aforementioned publications lied about renovations made in Frogmore Cottage.
The newspapers reported that she and Prince Harry had a £5,000 copper bathtub installed... spent £500,000 on soundproofing their Windsor home... built a yoga studio... an orangery ... and a tennis court.
They allegedly did so on the taxpayers' pound.
However, in these legal documents, the Duchess and her team state that all of the items cited here don't "exist" and all allegations of such renovations is "completely untrue."
Filed on November 11, the legal papers detail specific points of Meghan’s lawsuit against the publisher, which accuses the Mail on Sunday and its parent company of printing “untrue” stories in an attempt to portray her “negatively."
In addition to debunking the newspaper's claims about Frogmore, the legal action also hones in on the same tabloid's decision to print excerpts from a private letter written by the Duchess of Sussex to her dad.
As you very likely know, Meghan and her father are estranged, with the latter taking every opportunity available to slam his daughter to the press.
Earlier this year, this tabloid released portions of a letter Meghan sent Thomas amid their unfortunate feud.
The mother of one alleges the letter was printed without her consent and was meticulously edited to paint a deliberately inaccurate picture of her relationship with her dad.
“The omitted or suppressed parts of the letter amount to almost half of the actual contents,” reads the court paper in question, adding:
“The omitted parts demonstrate the claimant’s care for her father and others, as well as her concern about the UK tabloid media exploiting her father.”
The documents shoot down rumors about Markle ignoring her father's health, stating instead that Meghan has actually offered to assist her dad financially with medical issues and procedures on numerous occasions.
Moreover, the lawsuit claims that Thomas never called his daughter to say he would miss her Mat 2018 wedding.
Conversely, Meghan reached out to him and then learned about his decision -- and she has not been ghosting her in the many months since, as Thomas and anonymous sources have claimed.
Elsewhere, Markle's legal response to many of the stories out there about here include a retort to the supposed $300,000 baby shower she hosted last year.
It states this report was “untrue and offensive," especially any suggestion that the gathering included celebrities -- such as Amal Clooney, Gayle King and designer Misha Nonoo -- at the expense of loved ones, such as Meghan's own mother.
"The baby shower (which actually cost a tiny fraction of the $300k falsely stated in the article) was organized and hosted by one of her best friends from university," Markle's lawyers write.
"The fifteen guests who attended the shower were close friends and included long-term friendships some of which had existed for over 20 years."
In response to the new legal documents, The Mail on Sunday repeated its intention to defend the case “with vigor.”
“There is nothing in this document which changes that position,” a spokesman has told the BBC.
We'll continue to update this website with more examples of total and complete BS that the British media puts out there about Meghan and Prince Harry.