After being involved in a scandal last year, Meghan Markle's pal Jessica Mulroney is in a good spot.
"I’ve spoken about mental illness for years as well as being a hard worker my whole life but never thought I’d have to go through intense treatment the way I did this year," the stylist wrote via Instagram. "I don’t blame anyone, any company who erased me without investigations or what the press made me go through. Just working on myself. All the pain is now in the past. Sending all of my followers ❤️ who have loved and supported me through this journey. It can be lonely having the world, friends distance from you and not even ask how you are. But, thankfully, you find the things that truly matter…."
"I've struggled with anxiety and social anxiety my whole life," she added. "I've masked it many times and this year has been heavy for all of us. Know there is hope. I've found it through sobriety and therapy. My life is happy again. I wish this for you all. Thank you for your love this year."
Celebrities and fans gave a sweet shout-out to Mulroney. Mindy Kaling left a heart emoji, as did Stassi Schroeder.
One person wrote, "So happy for you. you deserve good things and joy. you are enough! ❤️," while another added, "Thank you for your honesty and being so forthright!"
In June, Mulroney hinted that she may not be on the best terms with Markle — especially after her public feud with Sasha Exeter.
"Life changes. You lose love. You lose friends. You lose pieces of yourself that you never imagined would be gone," the quote read. "And then, without even realizing it, those pieces come back. New love enters. Better friends come along. And a stronger, wiser you, is staring back in the mirror."
The post comes one year after Mulroney and Markle's alleged fallout, which stemmed from Exeter accusing Mulroney of being a prime example of "textbook white privilege." However, Mulroney apologized for her behavior and said made it clear that she's not racist.
"As I told you privately, I have lived a very public and personal experience with my closest friend where race was front and centre," she said, referring to the Duchess of Sussex. "It was deeply educational. I learned a lot from that. I promise to continue to learn and listen on how I can use my privilege to elevate and support black voices.