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The British Royal family tries to end the crisis


In an interview with Michel Faure, journalist, explained why, in his opinion, Meghan Markle’s recent statements about the British monarchy should not “upset” the crown.

Meghan Markle and Harry’s latest interview with Oprah Winfrey has set the world on fire. During this interview, broadcast last Sunday, March 7 on CBS, the former actress accused, among other things, the royal family of racism. If Meghan Markle’s statements have plunged the clan of Queen Elizabeth II into an unprecedented crisis, according to Michel Faure, a journalist specializing in international politics, they will not harm the crown. The reason? Meghan Markle would not be as popular as her late mother-in-law. “Diana was adored. The British population believed what she said, her words were felt as hidden truths about the functioning of the royal family,” he told Gala.

According to Michel Faure, Meghan Markle “is not Diana, she will not upset the British monarchy”. If “her accusations are serious”, the journalist wants to specify that the United Kingdom is a country “very multicultural where the separations are made more by social class than by skin color”. Especially since there, “the Minister of Finance is of Indian origin,” he says

The British royal family tries to close the crisis

Despite the claims of Michel Faure, the confidences of Meghan Markle and Harry have not left the members of the monarchy unmoved. Shaken, it was finally this Wednesday, March 10, that Queen Elizabeth II decided to take matters into her own hands. “The issues raised, particularly that of race, are of concern. Although some memories differ, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family in private,” she said in a statement. For his part, Prince William also wanted to react: “We are absolutely not a racist family,” he said during an official appearance.

According to the American magazine Variety, this Thursday, March 18, Buckingham can not do anything about the behavior of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Exiled across the Atlantic, they take advantage of the American media to settle their accounts.

“One of the worst nightmares of the royal family,” according to royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams. If they have already hit hard with their truthful interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not lowered their weapons and continue to settle their accounts with the monarchy. This Thursday, March 18, the American magazine Variety acknowledged that the Buckingham Palace is certainly “very worried” and “no longer knows how to respond.” Because, by offering permission to Gayle King to speak on their behalf, through uncomfortable revelations, the couple only cut the ground under the foot of the Crown.

The Crown has no control over the media on the other side of the Atlantic, and is therefore deprived of any right of reply. The media war with the Firm is not about to end, although Her Majesty Elizabeth II is doing everything to avoid any resentment towards the couple. Gayle King herself reported these tensions in her CBS show This Morning, this Tuesday, March 16. According to the American host, a good friend of Oprah Winfrey, the members of the Windsor-Mountbatten clan would avoid any contact with Meghan Markle. A direct consequence of the accusations of racism of the former actress. The journalist pushed the nail in when she then referred to the cold climate between Prince Harry and his older brother, believing that their private conversations “have not been productive.” Details that, no doubt, Prince William would not have liked to see revealed in the media.

Alone against all

To this conflict by interposed media is added a new twist in the war between the parents of Archie to the British press. Because if they have the right to the favors of the most illustrious faces of the American small screen, as Gayle King, Oprah Winfrey and even James Corden, the media of the United Kingdom do not show them any clemency and go even to make disregard of their intimacy. This Thursday, March 18, BBC News revealed that the tabloid The Sun – already sued by the Duke of Sussex – would have used a private investigator to obtain personal information about Meghan Markle, from the beginning of her story with Prince Harry.

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