Meghan Markle was ‘happy’ to leave the royal family, get her social media accounts back


Meghan Markle has launched her latest assault on the royal family, saying she was “lucky” to leave, in part because she lost control of her beloved social media accounts — claiming her images were instead given to people who “my children the N-word.”

The 41-year-old rookie podcaster insisted in a scathing interview with New York Magazine’s The Cut that she and her husband Prince Harry never had a chance in the UK because “by existing, we disrupted the dynamics of the hierarchy. “

Meghan Markle’s latest royal assault came during an interview with The Cut.
The Cut / Vox Media

She also admitted that their decision to flee royal life — and to take legal action against her own estranged father — has torn both of their families apart.

“Harry said to me, ‘I lost my father in this process.’ It doesn’t have to be the same for them as it is for me, but that’s his decision,” she says in the profile published Monday.

Despite these charges, Markle told interviewer Allison Davis prior to her latest royal bashing, “I’m so excited to talk.”

During the sitdown at her $14.65 million mansion in celebrity-filled Montecito, California, Markle’s eyes went “light and devilish” when she asked, “Do you want to know a secret?”

“I’ll be back…on Instagram,” she said, starting her biggest complaint about her short time as a senior royal — how she had to sacrifice her online life.

Her only Instagram account for a while was @KensingtonRoyal, one shared with Harry’s brother, Prince William, and William’s wife, Kate Middleton — and one that Markle had no control over.

“It was a big adjustment – ​​a huge adjustment to go from that kind of autonomy to another life,” she lamented the loss of the 3 million followers she had built up over the years.

Meghan Markle is now a podcaster.
Markle, who also basks royally on her podcast, said she’s “so excited to talk.”

Instead of posting her own snaps, the historic footage was now shared through the press with royal viewers around the world.

“There is literally a structure whereby if you want to release photos of your child, as a member of the family, you have to give them to the Royal Rota first,” she lamented to the British media royal pool, sharing the historic images with royal viewers worldwide. .

“Why should I give the people who call my children the N-word a picture of my child before I can share it with the people who love my child?” she asked.

Her comments did not specify whether she accused the press, the public or her new royal handlers of making such racist comments. However, The Cut emphasized that she was notably “still upset” about it.

“Tell me how that makes sense and I’ll play that game,” she said.

She also blamed the intense scrutiny of Megxit’s seeds, saying it stemmed from a plan to remove the “public interest disguise” from the press pack to report on them because their lives were taxpayer funded.

If they left the country and made their own money, “maybe all the noise would stop,” said Meghan, who said they first hoped to serve in other parts of the Commonwealth, such as Canada.

“Anything just for… because just by existing, we disrupted the dynamics of the hierarchy. So we go, ‘Okay, fine, let’s get out of here. You’re welcome,” she said.

Meghan, Harry, William and Kate.
Markle seemed shocked when he had to share an Instagram account with Harry, his brother, William, and William’s wife, Kate.
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“That, for whatever reason, is not something we were allowed to do, even though several other members of the family do just that,” she lamented, without citing any concrete examples.

Finally returning to the UK this summer to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum anniversary was ‘surreal’ and ‘bittersweet’, she said, ‘knowing it didn’t have to be all that way’.

The former ‘Suits’ star admitted she initially assumed her TV career would help make royal life a cinch.

“I was an actress,” she said. “My whole job was, ‘Tell me where to stand. Tell me what to say. Tell me how to say it. Tell me what to wear, and I’ll do it.’”

Now she wishes she’d seen movies that warned of the potential pressure in advance, like 2004’s “The Prince & Me,” in which Julia Stiles plays a college student who falls in love with a Danish prince, only to clash with his family.

“Yes. That would have been really helpful. That would have been a very important tutorial to have had all of this up front,” she told the interviewer, noting that she said it “not quite sarcastic,” but “with a steel bar.” in it’.

Despite her “N-word” claim, Markle believes her clash was not a result of racism, but solely of her being American.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and their red-haired children, Archie and Lilibet.
Her biggest complaint was that she lost control of her Instagram page, allowing “the people who call my kids the N-word can take a picture of my child before I can share it with the people who love my child.”
Alexi Lubomirskic

However, she insisted that her short time in the royal family was all the more important because she was half black, recalling the high praise of a South African cast member of the live-action version of “The Lion King” during the premiered in London in 2019, before she fled.

“He looked at me and he’s just light. He said, ‘I just want you to know, when you got married into this family, we rejoiced in the street just like we did when Mandela was released from prison,’ she claimed.

Markle – who has dug up the royal family on her new Spotify podcast – hinted there’s probably a lot more to come.

“It’s interesting, I’ve never had to sign anything that prevents me from talking,” she said.

“I can talk about my entire experience and make a choice not to,” she said, saying she’s only held back because she’s “still healing.”

“I think forgiveness is very important. It takes a lot more energy not to forgive… But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I really tried my best, especially because I know I can say anything,” she said.

However, she wouldn’t reveal how intimate that will be with their upcoming docu-series for Netflix.

While Markle has once again insisted it’s not a reality TV show, she won’t elaborate on how much it will differ from one.

“The part of my life that I haven’t been able to share, that people haven’t been able to see, is our love story,” she said of Harry, with whom she’s “like salt and pepper” because “we’re always moving together.”

“I hope that’s the feeling people feel when they see some of the content or the projects we’re working on,” she said vaguely.

“The funny thing is I try not to hold back,” she said.

“If the media has shaped the story around you, it’s great to be able to tell your own story.”

The Valley Voice
The Valley Voice
Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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