Meghan Markle is said to have sought sympathy from the British monarchy after her explosive sit-in interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
In an Amy-nominated interview, the Duchess of Sussex spoke of her struggle to serve as a senior royal. She admitted that she had suicidal thoughts while Archie was pregnant. She said she did not want to live anymore. Eventually, he approached the firm to help him deal with his mental health problems.
However, she claims that instead of helping him, he turned his back on them. Thankfully, Prince Harry was there to provide his comfort and courage. Similarly, the former “suit” star has revealed that there are discussions or concerns about how dark Archie’s skin color will be before his birth, leading people to question whether the royal family Is ethnic
The palace has since responded to racist claims and said in a statement that “memories may vary.” But he has not yet heeded the Duchess’s claim that he was barred from seeking help for his mental health because, as he told Winfrey, the institution would not look good.
The Duchess of Sussex, meanwhile, received a mixed response from the public. There were those who supported him while others claimed that they were only out to tarnish the image of the royal family. But Tom Quinn, author of “Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle,” said his intentions were far from troubling the family.
“I think she was apologizing.” Channel 5 Documentary “40 on Meghan: Climbing Power.”
“I think she was hoping she would call and say, ‘We’re really sorry, now we see we’ve pushed you too far. We should have done something else, we as a family.’ You should have sat down and discussed your mental health issues. “Queen,” he added.
It is not known when the royal family privately apologized to Meghan Markle after the opera interview. Even a year after the magistrates, there is still time to see and talk to them in person. He and Prince Harry are reportedly planning to return to the UK to celebrate the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.