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Meghan Markle: Why the Megxit was just in time for its commitments


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More than ever, Meghan Markle wants to be involved in the fight against systemic racism in the United States. According to a source close to the Duchess, she sees her work as a leader as a new priority.

It all makes sense for Meghan Markle. In January of this year, the 38-year-old mother, her husband Prince Harry and their son Archie left the United Kingdom to live first in Canada and then in California. Since March, the parents and their child have been living in a sublime villa owned by filmmaker Tyler Perry.

And his departure from London to Los Angeles is seen by Meghan Markle as a sign of destiny, in order to participate in the fight against systemic racism in the United States.

According to a source close to the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle realizes that “her urgent desire, which has been eating away at her, to leave England”, is actually fate, so that she can be at the forefront of the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

“Meghan said her work as a leader is more important than ever now,” the close source with the Daily Mail added. Meghan Markle’s commitment would be such that she would have spoken to Oprah Winfrey and other leaders in the black community so that she too could play a significant role in the struggle.

According to a source close to the former actress, “Meghan feels that her mission is not just to be an actress. She said she wants to use her voice for change, and has not ruled out a career in politics.

Meghan Markle’s commitment

More than a week after the death of George Floyd, Meghan Markle had finally come out of silence on June 3. The Duchess of Sussex apologized for waiting so long to speak. In an address to the graduates of her former school, Meghan Markle spoke at length about the affair that was shaking all of America.

“George Floyd’s life was important and Breonna Taylor’s life was important and Philando Castile’s life was important and Tamir Rice’s life was important,” she said, recalling that George Floyd was not the first African-American killed in the United States by police.

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