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Meghan Markle has no regrets after her interview: The royal family should be relieved


Meghan Markle seems to state it loud and clear: she has no regrets about confiding in her friend, Oprah Winfrey. This is revealed by a source who claims to be close to the duchess to the Daily Mail.

After four years of forced silence, Meghan Markle decided to deliver her truth during her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Alongside Prince Harry, she multiplied the shocking statements, revealing in particular that a member of the British Crown – without specifying the author – had made comments with racist connotations, about the possible skin color of their son Archie. Words that have been taken very seriously from Buckingham Palace. “The issues raised, particularly that of race, are of concern. Although some memories differ, they are taken very seriously and will be treated by the family in private,” the palace said, two days after the interview was broadcast.

On the side of Meghan Markle, relief is in order. Because after several years of suffering in silence, the former actress of Suits has apparently been able to say what was on her heart. According to the Daily Mail, a source who claims to be close to her said that the interview was “the best decision she ever made, apart from marrying Harry”. If now the royal family is trying to deal with the controversy, Meghan and Harry’s accusations could have been much bigger. “Meghan said that the royal institution should be relieved that she did not name the people involved or go into more detail about what was going on in that closed-door meeting,” the prying voice added.

Many emails and messages to prove it

On March 9, the Queen therefore broke the silence by stating that “the whole family is saddened to learn how difficult the last few years (had) been for Harry and Meghan”. A statement that had not failed to anger one of the closest friends of Meghan Markle, Janina Gavankar. Invited in the British program This Morning on March 10, she had insisted that “the family and the staff were well aware of the extent of the problem”. According to the actress, there were even “many emails and messages to prove it”. “I don’t know who knew. I just know that the family and the staff knew”, she had added, categorically. So many elements that should continue to annoy the British Crown.

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