The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have always been under the radar, but after their devastating interview with Oprah Winfrey, things have not been well at the Buckingham Palace.
Previously, people would mock the royalty for its outdated and oppressive practices, but now they’ve also started realizing the toxicity that resides within “the firm”. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry chose to be vulnerable, and give insights into the family politics – the same family that is responsible for colonizing half the world – and as it turns out, it’s also very mean.
Meghan has revealed that not only was she bullied by the UK media, but her sister-in-law and the future Queen of England also made her cry. Mind you, Kate Middleton supports causes related to the mental health of women and their empowerment. She has done so much work for the welfare of the society, but sadly, she couldn’t practice what she preaches by offering even a little bit of empathy to her neglected family member.
In the interview, Meghan made a heartbreaking revelation and said that she was suicidal at the time she was pregnant with Archie. But more importantly, she said that she wanted to get professional help but “the firm” was not so keen on it.
The Palace is filled with dark secrets, and it has done everything in its power to curb the voices of the ones that want to expose them. Maybe someone needs to teach them the meaning of integrity – so far, they find integrity in hiding Prince Andrew’s disgusting business.
But you know what? Harry spoke about something important, saying that both Williams and Charles are trapped. But is that really true? Because if you think about it, what’s really stopping them? Are they afraid that they would have to get real jobs should they choose to leave?
Because, from where we see things, it’s not impossible to get rid of the monarchy – Harry got out, didn’t he? And if the Monarchy can’t have any control over the press, who else will? All of this noise is nonsensical, and let’s not even get into the horrifying incidents that were out and out racist and unnecessary.
Anyway, Queen Elizabeth II has finally broken her “silence” and come out with a brief statement. Look, nothing that she has said seems genuine. So, here’s what we’re going to do: we’ll decode her statement bit by bit so that we’re all on the same page. You know how they use every word strategically, right? Learned that from The Crown, so let’s decode every sentence and figure out the message behind those words.
"The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan."
Are you kidding? Did these people spend the last four years on mute? How were they not aware of the trauma that Meghan and Harry were going through? You know why? Because they were part of it – and you wouldn’t publicly accept that, would you?
This was Your Majesty’s clever plan to cover up the mess she and her loyal clan created – how unfortunate!
"The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.”
Of course, some recollection would vary, because no one would want to accept that they were concerned about the skin tone of little Archie. Hmm, what could they possibly have meant then? Were they worried about a particular skin condition? But isn’t that a strange thing to be worried about, especially such a thing does not seem to be common in their genes, and when the child is not even born yet? Mystery!
Oh, by the way, the ending was lovely – a smooth threat.
“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members."
They actually wanted to convey to the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex that they’re not welcome to visit the Buckingham
Palace anymore, and should they choose to open their mouth once again, they might face the same end as Diana.
We are honestly concerned about Harry and Meghan – the step they took required courage. And we all know what happens to the ones who decide to speak… they’re silenced.
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