Meghan Markle has once again made headlines all over the media and many claim that in her interview with The Cut magazine, she has declared war on the British royal family.
The actress has directly attacked the members of ‘The Firm’, and this has brought her a lot of criticism as Meghan continues to use the title of duchess to sell herself to the world. In fact, the cover headline she has starred in has described her as ‘Meghan, the Duchess’.
Meghan Markle statements to The Cut magazine
Journalist Allison P. David visited Prince Harry‘s wife at their Montecito home to see for herself the idyllic family life of the Sussexes after moving away from the royal family. There, Meghan had no qualms about lashing out against the Windsors and the British media. These were the most explosive statements.
“I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy not to forgive. But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I’ve really made an active effort, especially knowing that I can say anything. I have a lot to say. Sometimes, as they say, the voiceless part is still part of the song.”
For many media outlets, this statement is a direct threat to the Windsors. Meghan claims not to be afraid to speak out and is willing to tell everything that happened in her two years of stay in England.
“Harry told me, ‘I lost my father in the process. It doesn’t have to happen to him like it did to me with my father. But it’s his decision.
Here meghan claims that after the so-called Megxit, the relationship between Harry and his father, Prince Charles cooled.
“Most of the people I know, and many of my family, are unable to work and live together.”
This was not Meghan’s statement, but Harry’s, who took the opportunity to greet the journalist and drop this hint about his own family.
“Llooked me in the eye and said, ‘I just need you to know: when you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets the same way we did when Mandela was released from prison.'”
This statement created much controversy. Meghan recounted that during her attendance at the premiere of ‘The Lion King’ in 2019, one of the cast members, of South African origin, compared her to Nelson Mandela. That revelation did not sit well with Zwelivelile ‘Mandla’ Mandela, grandson of the late former South African president.
“That, for some reason, is not something we were allowed to do, even though other members of the royal family have done it.”
This confession came after the journalist asked why they decided to leave the Royal Family. Meghan makes it clear that the Sussexes were not allowed to lead the life they wanted, while other members of the Windsors did enjoy many privileges. “Why do you think that is?” the journalist asks her. “Why do you think it is?”, Meghan replies with a sidelong glance that suggests she should understand without having to say it.
“Just by existing, we were upsetting the dynamics of the hierarchy of the monarchy. So we decided, ‘Okay, let’s get out of here.’ And we’re very happy we did.”
Meghan has felt that her presence alone was getting in the way of the Royal Family, hence their decision to leave. Now she’s showing the world how happy they are with their new life in California.
“There’s a structure whereby if you want to show photos of your children, as a family member, you first have to send them to the Royal Rota (the British media). Why would I give the same people who call him N-word a photo of my son before I can share it with the people who love him? Tell me how that makes sense and then I’ll play the game.”
N-word is a euphemism for ‘nigger,’ a racist appellation referring to people of color.
With this declaration, Meghan announced that she will soon be opening an Instagram account.