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Meghn Markle: The uplifting nickname she gave the royal family in an interview with Oprah Winfrey


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In her interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle used a very specific nickname for the British Royal Family. And it is usually used for a specific purpose.

A nickname that is not given by chance. Last February, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry relinquished their titles as senior members of the British monarchy after Elizabeth II refused to allow them to carry out royal duties alongside their personal commitments. A hard blow for the Sussex couple who decided to give themselves up in a major interview with Oprah Winfrey, a first since they left the British Royal Family. And during this interview, excerpts of which have already been revealed, the Duchess of Sussex uses a particular nickname for the Windsor family: The Firm.

Simply translated as “the firm,” Meghan Markle describes the British Royal Family as a great company. The Mirror, a term she is not the first to use, however, explains that it was Prince Philip who gave this nickname to his family when he married Elizabeth II, thus making the Windsor family not a family, but a company for which each member works. A detail that the Queen herself did not fail to remind the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. “You work for the monarchy, the monarchy does not work for you,” she told them when they had suggested that they wished to continue their royal duties alongside their personal commitments.

Meghan Markle accuses the royal family of lies

Very firm words that Meghan Markle has obviously taken on board, she who does not intend to be soft on the royal family, and in particular “the cabinet”, a term very well known at Buckingham Palace which designates the very institution of the British monarchy. And that the duchess now accuses him of having fed numerous “lies” about her husband and herself. “I don’t know how they could expect us, after all this time, to simply remain silent if there is an active role that the cabinet plays in perpetuating lies about us,” she denounced in this interview, negotiated at several thousand pounds, while Elizabeth II said she was “delighted” that the Sussex couple had found happiness elsewhere.

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