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Meghan and Harry: This new release is likely to annoy the Brits


A few days after a speech that was as controversial as it was hailed, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle once again expressed their opinions in an interview with the Evening Standard. The Sussex want the British to put an end to “structural racism”.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle intend to use their new freedom to say out loud what they have been thinking in silence for years. Since they moved to Los Angeles, the Sussex have decided to break Crown protocol and give their opinions.

Whether it’s about Donald Trump, racism in the United States, the place of women in the world… Archie’s parents commit themselves without half doing it. And if their words are criticized, they are also widely praised. After another strong and authentic speech by Meghan Markle at a summit that was close to her heart, the Duchess met her husband for a long interview with the Evening Standard, which could annoy the fervent defenders of the silence imposed by the Crown.

In it, Prince Harry explained that his meeting with the Métis actress had allowed her to “wake up” to the subject of racial inequalities. “I didn’t realize there were so many problems in the UK and the world,” the Duke said.

“You know, when you walk into a store with your children and all you see are white dolls, you think it’s weird,” Prince Harry continued. And I use that as an example of the fact that we white people are not always aware of what it must be like for someone of a different color to live in a world created by white people for white people.

At her side, Meghan Markle spoke about the murder of George Floyd and the many demonstrations that followed in the United States. Together, installed on the other side of the Atlantic, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to get involved. “As long as structural racism exists, there will be generations of young people of color who will not start their lives with the same equality of opportunity as their white peers,” the couple wrote. And as long as that continues, untapped potential will never be realized.”

Changing structural racism

Emancipated from the British Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would like to fight against racism and inequality despite the complicated health conditions. “We have all had to adapt to how we can have the most impact possible within the limits of what is happening with Covid-19.

Like all of you, we are doing our best and hope that our passion and commitment will always be felt because it certainly hasn’t wavered,” assured Meghan Markle, who also allowed herself some privacy about her son Archie.

“We are doing well. Archie is so great. We’re very lucky with our little boy,” said the happy mom. He’s so busy, he’s everywhere. We are so lucky.” Always attached to his country of origin, Prince Harry called on the British to launch big discussions and changes about the “structural” racism that exists there.

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