Meghan also addressed her dad deciding to skip out on her May 19 wedding to Prince Harry, claiming that she never heard from him that he wouldn't be coming.
Ecksand describes the jewel as "a ruby like you've never seen before".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Natural History Museum for a gala performance of a play chronicling Charles Darwin's travels across the globe this evening.
The statement came after the caller compared the treatment that Meghan Markle has been receiving from the press and her critics.
Australian brands such as Outland Denim and New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn felt the benefit of the Meghan Effect, with Marilyn reporting a seven-fold increase in social media engagement and direct customer requests.
"You're taking a letter from a daughter to a father and broadcasting it everywhere", he continued, referencing the letter Meghan wrote to her father following their falling out.
According to Australia's Who magazine, George told a press panel for his new "Catch-22" series: "I do want to say, they're just chasing Meghan Markle everywhere, she's been pursued and vilified". Thoughtfully, he adds: "In the same way as Diana - and how that ended, as we have seen, Yes". One of them referred to the letter, in which the...
"Do you remember Diana must have been crucified more than any other person in history", he said.
The letter, handwritten by his daughter previous year, showed Meghan pleading with Thomas to stop talking to the press.
Last month, five of Meghan's close friends told People magazine the duchess had endured "lies and untruths" and "global bullying" and they anxious how this would affect her and her baby. Ahead of that, get a closer look at her most recent appearance now, complete with an olive suede clutch and matching pumps.
"If you love me, as you tell the press you do, please stop".
"While the goal of Meghan's letter was very much to fix the relationship with her father, she knew in her heart of hearts that this was going to be released to the papers", he said.