Megan: Members of the royal family were worried about my baby’s skin tone before he was born

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She said Megan Merkel, in an interview published Sunday, reported that members of the British royal family were concerned about her son Archie’s complexion before he was born. Merkel revealed that she had suicidal thoughts when she was living within the confines of the royal family, stressing that she did not receive any psychological support despite her constant demand to do so, while Prince Harry expressed his regret that the royal family did not take a public stand to denounce what he considers racist coverage by part of British Press.
“I simply did not want to survive anymore,” she said in an interview with the most famous American journalist, Oprah Winfrey, broadcast by “CBS”. They were persistent, terrifying, real and very clear thoughts, ”blaming this on the hostile British media coverage of them.
She added that she went to meet the members of the Royal Institution to seek help and discuss the possibility of her receiving medical treatment, “I was told that I could not, and that this would not be in the foundation’s interest.”
The Duchess of Sussex also noted that Buckingham Palace refused to grant protection to the child, pointing out that members of the Foundation considered that Archie should not have any title, contrary to tradition.
Prince Harry, for his part, expressed his regret that the royal family had not taken a public stand to condemn what it considered racist coverage by part of the British press.
Although Megan (39 years old) denounced a “real smear campaign” on the part of the royal establishment and said that the royal family did not provide her with protection, she was careful to avoid attacking family members personally. She only said that, contrary to what was written in the British press, it was not she who made the Duchess of Cambridge Kate cry before her marriage to Prince Harry in 2018.
“Everyone in the organization knows that this is not true,” Megan said, adding, “The opposite has happened.” She explained that “a few days before the wedding, (Kate) was upset about something (…) and this made me cry and really hurt my feelings.”
Prince Harry assured that he and his wife had made “everything they could” to stay in the British royal family. He said, “I am sad because what happened has happened, but I know (…) that we did everything in our power to make it work.” “Oh my God, we did everything we could to protect them,” said Megan, who was next to him.
Harry considered his father Prince Charles and his brother Prince William to be “prisoners” of the regime, as members of the royal family. “My father and brother are prisoners of the regime,” he said, adding that “they cannot leave him.”
For its part, the British royal family decided a few hours before this interview, to appear in the family united image during the annual celebrations of the Commonwealth. On Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II stressed “a dedication that is free from interests and a sense of duty and responsibility.”
The Queen said in her pre-recorded speech broadcast by the British BBC: “The experiences that the Commonwealth countries went through during the past year were varied and influential and provided many examples of courage, determination, dedication, free of interests, and a sense of responsibility and duty throughout the Commonwealth family.” (AFP)




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