Meghan Markle‘s former best friend Jessica Mulroney has revealed her shock at learning pictures of her toes are being touted on a foot fetish website.
The Toronto-based stylist, 40, was among the Duchess’ best friends when she was living as an actress in Canada and at one stage, the pair were so close, that Meghan even called Jessica the night when Prince Harry proposed.
It appeared as though they became distant in 2020 when the style guru was called out by lifestyle blogger Sasha Exeter for comments she made regarding ‘white privilege’ while the pair had a conversation about the Black Lives Matters movement.
Since the awkward moment, Jessica has kept quiet on her relationship with Meghan.
And sharing a post on Instagram yesterday, Jessica wrote: ‘Wait wait wait a minute…somebody else is making money from my feet? I don’t know if I should feel pleased with my feet score or slightly disgusted with how many pics this account lifted.’
Meghan Markle’s former best friend Jessica Mulroney has revealed her shock of learning pictures of her toes are being touted on a foot fetish website
Jessica appeared to share a number of screengrabs from the website Wikifeet, including a profile which rated her feet four and a half out of five.
It also included detailing about her shoe size and her birthdate.
The majority of users appeared to have rated her feet as ‘beautiful.’
Meanwhile there were also a host of pictures on the website showing the stylist in a number of different pairs of heels showing off her feet.
Toronto based Jessica was one of Meghan’s closest pals prior to the apparent rift between the pair following Jessica’s comments about ‘white privilege’.
Meghan and Jessica were reportedly inseparable from the moment they met on the set of TV show Suits, however, reports from recent years have speculated their friendship may be on the rocks.
Her daughter Ivy was among the few little girls who served as Meghan’s bridesmaids, and she featured in a number of scenes in Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series.
In one episode, footage from the night the Sussexes got engaged in 2017 is aired.
The Toronto-based stylist, 40, was among the Duchess’ best friends when she was living as an actress in Canada and at one stage, the pair were so close, that Meghan even called Jessica the night when Prince Harry proposed
Moments before Prince Harry popped the question in the Walled Garden of Kensington Palace, the former Suits star appears to have video-called Jessica, who is based in Toronto.
As she approached the setting, Meghan said: ‘Oh my God Jess, it’s happening. He told me not to peek.’
It is thought that ‘Jess’ refers to celebrity stylist Jessica. The footage then jumps to a never-before-seen clip of the romantic proposal of Prince Harry down on one knee and surrounded by 15 electric candles.
From helping her choose her dress to coordinating plans, Jessica was a key player at Meghan and Harry’s 2018 wedding, and both her sons and daughter were even involved in the celebration.
The day of the royal wedding Jessica shared snaps on Instagram and captioned the post: ‘Proud friend. Proud mom.’
From helping her choose her dress to coordinating plans, Jessica was a key player at Meghan and Harry’s 2018 wedding, and both her sons and daughter were even involved in the celebration
Later, a palace insider even suggested to the Mail on Sunday that Meghan frequently confided in the stylist as her and Harry began to solidify their plans to step down as royals.
The source said: ‘Jessica was more influential on “Megxit” than anyone really realized.’
Following the announcement Harry and Meghan were leaving the Royal Family, Jessica said: ‘A strong woman looks a challenge in the eye and gives it a wink.’
It appeared as though Meghan and Jessica became distant in 2020 when the style guru was called out by lifestyle blogger Sasha Exeter for comments she made regarding ‘white privilege’ while the pair had a conversation about the Black Lives Matters movement.
Although Jessica denied being a racist, Sasha, claimed the stylist left her ‘paralyzed with fear’.
Ahead of their rumoured 2020 fall out, Meghan (left) and Jessica (right) were believed to be extremely close friends
Following the blogger’s claims, Jessica issued three public apologies, however she still faced consequences and was dropped by numerous television networks.
DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that ABC severed ties with her, confirming that Jessica would not be returning to her occasional role as a fashion contributor on Good Morning America.
Canadian TV network CTV also cut off ties with the stylist, revealing that it would be pulling all episodes of her wedding-themed reality TV show I Do Redo from its platform.
Rocky waters for Jessica continued as she was then accused of using Meghan as her ‘superpower,’ however, she denied there was any truth to this and refused to talk about the Duchess during interviews.
As the backlash against Jessica built up, Meghan remained quiet and distant on the matter.
Toronto-based Influencer Sasha Exeter said she was left ‘paralysed with fear’ and ‘stayed up days and nights’ worrying about what Jessica (right) ‘could be saying to my existing brand partners, potential work, potential livelihood’. The pair had a row over racism and Mulroney apparently not using her voice enough in a private exchange believed to have happened over Instagram direct messages
Meanwhile Jessica has made no acknowledgement of Prince Harry or the book on her Instagram page when it was released – instead sharing a post about a pair of Nike trainers
One source told Daily Mail their friendship is no longer ‘what it once was,’ adding that this was due to the pair having ‘just grown apart’ and not because of the fallout between Jessica and Sasha.
The insider added: ‘Of course, Meghan has been worried about Jess. She’ll always have love for her.’
However Jessica wasn’t given an interview spot in the explosive Netflix documentary series, despite some of Meghan’s other closest friends making numerous appearances.
Meanwhile Harry makes no mention of her in the book, and has not spoken about Jessica in any of his interviews publicizing the tome.