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Meghan Markle and Harry in break with the media


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By leaving the British royal family, Meghan Markle and Harry have, among other things, wanted to respond to the various attacks coming from the tabloids
British tabloids. This is at least what the journalist Sonia Devillers said during her intervention in the program C l’hebdo, broadcast on France 5.

It’s no secret that Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, are far from being friends with the British tabloids. Since the former actress joined the members of the monarchy, the latter does not cease to make the news in Britain. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have also filed a complaint against three popular publishers, which they accuse of defamation, or violation of privacy. Facts that have undoubtedly helped the couple in their choice to leave their leading roles in the royal family for good. According to Sophie Devillers in C l’hebdo, broadcast this Saturday, March 13 on France 5, this decision was also taken to break “in a radical and brutal way the relationship with the British media system.

“In reality, step by step, they are deconstructing this market that has been extremely lucrative. They have called into question the small handful of British journalists who are accredited to cover the news of the royal family at the palace”, assures the journalist. A historic act for Sophie Devillers. “They are the first ones who said that it is out of the question that there is a majority of tabloids in this small handful of journalists,” she says.

The term Megxit, an invention of the British press

Sophie Devillers insists: “The tabloids have made Meghan pay dearly. They invented the term Megxit, which they copied from Brexit”. “What is interesting is that we do not say Harxit, we do not talk about the departure of Harry, but we talk about the departure of Meghan,” continued Ali Badou. For her part, Meghan Markle said, during her interview with Oprah Winfrey, she felt abandoned by the British royal family in the face of the snarls of popular newspapers. Comments that have outraged many, but have caused empathy in others, including Michele Obama, former First Lady of the United States.

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