The pill still does not pass on the side of Buckingham. On March 7, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke for the first time since their break with the British royal family. Without a filter, the Sussex couple returned to their reasons for leaving, confident that they had not received the support they hoped for from the Crown and the Institution. Meghan Markle also accused the royal family of racism, stressing that “the skin color of her son Archie had raised concerns and questions” even before he was born. Words that deeply saddened Prince William, and “terribly disappointed” his father, Prince Charles of Wales.
In any case, this is what a source close to the royal family says, who spoke to People magazine on March 17. According to the latter, the husband of Camilla Shand would have very badly lived the revelations of his daughter-in-law, he who would have devoted his career to the fight for diversity. “The prince believes in diversity and his actions prove it,” said the source in the columns of People. “He was one of the first people to shed light on the Windrush Generation (generation of West Indians who immigrated from the Caribbean to England in the 1950s) and their contribution to British society. He worked hard for the Muslim community. Of all the royals, he was the one who took the issue most to heart. “
Tense climate between Prince Harry and the royal family
Since the interview was broadcast on CBS, Prince Harry would have great difficulty resuming dialogue with his family. According to journalist Gayle King, who spoke on CBS This Morning, exchanges between the Sussexes and the Crown have been very complicated since March 7. “From what I have been told, these conversations have not been productive. But they are happy to have at least started an exchange,” she revealed on air. Will Meghan Markle’s revelations therefore cause her husband’s final break with the royal family? Only time will tell. Whatever happens, Prince Harry maintains that he will always do anything to reconcile with his father. “I would always love him, but a lot of damage has been done. But trying to rebuild this relationship will always be a priority for me,” he told Oprah Winfrey on March 7.
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