Meghan Markle's stylist pal Jessica Mulroney has shared a cryptic post about "losing friends and finding better ones".
The Canadian, 41, posted the lengthy quote on Instagram months after a racism row involving the duchess.
Her post on Sunday read: "Life changes. You lose love. You lose friends. You lose pieces of yourself that you never imagined would be gone.
"And then, without even realizing it, these pieces come back. New love enters. Better friends come along. And a stronger, wiser you, is staring back in the mirror."
Meghan, 39, stayed silent and reportedly cut ties with Jessica after she was accused of using her "white privilege" against a black social media influencer.
Influencer Sasha Exeter had also accused her of "racist bullying" as she posted a Black Lives Matters call-to-action on Instagram, Mail Online reports.
She alleged that Jessica "took personal offence" when she asked bloggers to use their platform to advance the movement and that private messages between the pair had left her "paralysed with fear".
Mulroney later faced accusations that she had used Meghan as her "superpower", though denied this was the case and refused to speak about the Duchess in interviews.
A source had claimed their friendship is no longer "what it once was", adding this was not due to the fall-out with Exeter, but because they have "just grown apart".
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Canadian TV network CTV also distanced themselves from the stylist, revealing that it was pulling all episodes of her wedding-focused reality show I Do Redo from its platforms ahead of its expected US premiere on Netflix.
She then stepped down from the board of directors of The Shoebox Project, a charity that she founded with her sisters-in-law, Caroline, Vanessa, and Katy Mulroney.
In a statement shared on Instagram, the charity said: "Jessica Mulroney is a founding member of The Shoebox Project and she has dedicated herself to its growth and success over the years, for which we are very grateful.
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"In light of recent events, the charity supports Jessica’s decision to step away from the Board of Directors."
Jessica's husband Ben – the son of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney – then stepped down from his role as the host of CTV's celebrity news show 'etalk', a position that he had held for 18 years.
It comes after the Royal Family's skin colour slur was made well before Meghan Markle was pregnant, a royal expert claims.
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According to historian and royal biographer Robert Lacey, claims the ugly comments made surrounding the Duke and Duchess's children were not specific to Archie.
In his new book, Lacey unpicks the Sussexes' bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview earlier this year, including an accusation of racism made by a family member regarding their firstborn son.
The differing accounts given by Meghan and Prince Harry about how dark their baby's son skin might be, left the author questioning the timing of the remark.
During the interview, The Duchess of Sussex claimed: "Concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born" happened "in those months when [I] was pregnant" with Archie.
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