On Monday August 29, the American magazine The Cut published an honest interview with Meghan Markle, which coincided with a far from small event. Incidentally, this week also marks the 25th anniversary of the death of Lady Diana, who passed away on August 31, 1997.
He’s back with a shocking new interview. This Monday, Meghan Markle made several revelations about the royal family in the pages of the American magazine The Cut. He recounts in particular the control the Firm exercised over its image, during its first months in the United States, or during its brief return to Frogmore Cottage. The former actress also took the opportunity to curry favor with the British press and its readers, who did not take kindly to her. He explained, among other things, that he “There is a structure that if you want to distribute photos of your child, as a member of the royal family, you must first give them to the Royal Rota. (ie the media pool accredited to follow the royal family)”. An agreement that Meghan Markle does not want. “Why should I give? to people calling my kids the ‘N-word’ a photo of it before I can share it with those who love my children?“, exclaimed the wife of prince Harry, who has previously expressed racism in articles about him. For example in 2016, a British media headlined one of its articles. “Prince Harry’s girlfriend is almost from Compton” in reference to the song Straight outta Compton by the hip hop group NWA. Historically, the Compton district of Los Angeles has long been associated with gang violence. where he became a victim even within the walls of the royal family. As a reminder, she and her husband stated that other members of the Firm would have been concerned about the color of their child’s skin, while she was pregnant with Archie. Despite the tense climate, the former actress nevertheless assured the pages of The Cut that it is time for forgiveness. “I think forgiveness is very important. It takes a lot of strength not to forgive”he said before adding: “But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I really made an active effort, especially knowing that I could say anything.” Between her many interviews and the launch of her podcast, Archetypes, Meghan Markle is determined to get her word out. In The Cut, he also announced that he has returned to Instagram, which until now he used the account of his company, Archewell, to express himself. However, the public could not help but notice that this media release coincided with a historical event affecting the royal family.
Meghan Markle: why she chose this date for her interview
Incidentally, this week also marks a tragic date as it is the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. Just a coincidence? “Some say it’s timed to coincide with the launch of Meghan’s podcast. But it happened last week. No, the launch was scheduled the week Diana died“, sources explained to Radar Online magazine before adding: “The agreement Meghan’s team made with the media included that the interview would be aired the week of August 29. Meghan was not given permission for copy or photos, but the interview’s release date was guaranteed.“But then, what is the strategy behind this concordance? According to experts interviewed by the magazine, Meghan Markle’s desire is not to eclipse her mother-in-law but to pay tribute to her.”What better time for Meghan to talk about how she’s been treated by the royal family? The same family that was so cruel to Princess Diana“, explains a source before concluding”Meghan knows exactly what she is doing. Not only has he scheduled the interview to air this week, but he’s also working with Spotify to make sure his podcast launches this month as well..”
Meghan Markle: “I feel different”
For Meghan Markle, her time in the royal family is long behind her. A find that startled him when he returned to Frogmore Cottage, his former home in the United Kingdom, to collect business, last June. “You go back and you open the drawers and you’re like, “Oh my God. That’s what I wrote in my diary over there? And here are all my socks from that time.“, he explained about his brief comeback which he described as “surrealist“. Now free from the control of the royal institution, Meghan Markle says that she has changed. “i feel different”he explained to The Cut, “I felt clearer. I feel like I found my voice. It took me a long time, but now I can use it“. A return to basics away from the famous Windsor mantra: “Don’t complain, don’t explain” (Don’t complain, don’t justify yourself). A policy that Prince Charles wants to implement, but not Prince William, according to Radar Online. In effect, Father and son are reportedly arguing over how to respond to Meghan Markle’s accusations. While the first asked everyone to be quiet, William, he wanted to answer his brother-in-law’s allegations. Once again, Meghan Markle can boast that she threw one hell of a rock into the pond!