Meghan Markle did not mince her words during the exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey. In a cut sequence, the Duchess of Sussex once again confided about Kate Middleton.
It is an interview that has caused a lot of ink to flow on the Web. Last Sunday, March 7, Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, decided to confide about their relationship with the British royal family in front of Oprah Winfrey. In addition to her former suicidal thoughts, or the accusations of racism, the Duchess of Sussex spoke about her disagreements with her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. But the entire interview was not broadcast. In a cut sequence, then published on Twitter by CBS, the former actress did not hesitate to recall the mocking nickname that had been given to Kate Middleton by the press: Waity Katie
As a reminder, this nickname had been given to her when she was waiting for William‘s marriage proposal. A particularly difficult period, since the tabloids did not hesitate to laugh at the situation. “Kate was nicknamed ‘Waity Katie’. Although I can imagine that it was hard for her, it is not the same as for me,” said the mother of little Archie. “In this situation, a member of this family could comfortably say, ‘We’ve all had to deal with rude things. But rude and racist are not the same thing,” Meghan Markle continued.
Prince William defends the British family
Despite these multiple statements, the crown is trying to pass this crisis. If Queen Elizabeth II decided to speak out on the accusations of racism of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry through a statement, Prince William, for his part, wished to defend the British royal family in person. “We are absolutely not a racist family,” he said, during an official visit this Thursday, March 11. The Duke of Cambridge is also protective of his wife, Kate Middleton. If for the moment, the royal family has not yet contacted Meghan Markle, it is possible that William will do so very soon. And this, with the sole purpose of easing tensions within the siblings and quickly stop this media hype.
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