Too shocked to react? Or too scared? An olive branch has been held out to silence the aggrieved two. It has been over 84 years since the Abdication Act of 1936 was declared, but this wide revelation has shaken the British Royalty. Had it not been so, the signal to make amends would not have been given. Were people waiting for this Oprah Winfrey interview?
A spotlight on inside details of the Royal institution made the aged Queen Elizabeth II react like a grandmotherly figure. She appears to have been a little more disturbed while giving her response to the interview: “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. Whilst some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately. Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members.”
Harry and Meghan disclosed racism within and around the Royal family before the world while conversing with America’s known TV interviewer. The two revealed explosive inside-information about the Royal family.
Meghan admitted that she had suicidal thoughts during her initial days as part of the Royal family. Consequentially, she begged in vain to be provided mental health support. She also substantially disputed widely reported assertions that she had made Kate Middleton cry before her wedding with Harry, claiming that it was in fact Kate who had made her cry, but she apologised for doing so later.
Midway through the interview, Harry supported Meghan to mention how he found the whole situation terrifying and arising out of the same reasons that led the tragic death of his mother Princess Diana. He swiftly admitted that his father’s lack of support was quite appalling for him.
A very stunning revelation was erupted during the course of the interview regarding Archie. It was claimed that the Royal institution refused to make Archie a prince. This happened shortly after several conflicting conversations with unidentified senior members of the Royal family, who expressed concern over the potential colour of the then unborn baby’s skin.