It was to the Daily Mail that a close friend of the couple Harry and Meghan confided in the fact that the Duchess of Sussex would be ready to forgive the royal family. “In such circumstances it is important for the family to come together, put their differences aside and unite,” Meghan reportedly said according to this source. Recall that the declaration of the Duchess during her interview with Oprah Winfrey had the effect of a bomb. She had notably mentioned “concerns and conversations about Archie’s skin color when he was born by a member of the royal family.”
Of course, the British royal family responded to these comments, including Prince William who had said that “the royal family is not a racist family at all”. If the couple Harry and Meghan had decided to hide the identity of the person who made the racist comment at the time, Oprah Winfrey still clarified that it was neither the Queen nor the Duke of Edinburgh.
“She is ready to forgive and move on”
Following Prince Philip’s death, an anonymous source claiming to be a close friend of Meghan’s made some statements to the Daily Mail. “Meghan said that is when the family should come together, put their differences aside and come together as one,” she said. “She said this is what Prince Philip wants and that she is ready to forgive and move on,” the source said.
The same source also explained that if the Duchess of Sussex was not by Prince Harry’s side for the funeral, it was because she did not want to be the center of attention. “Meghan said her main concern at the moment was supporting Harry. She said she left it up to him to decide whether or not to attend the funeral,” the source concludes.
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