“More Than 30 Lies”: Royal Author Slams Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah Interview
The high-profile interview that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave to Oprah Winfrey a year ago stunned both the royal family and the public in the United Kingdom. The pair made a number of significant complaints to the palace, which led to their departure from the royal family, and they spoke openly the cause for their departure.
During the course of the discussion, Meghan Markle revealed that she struggled with clinical depression during her first pregnancy as a result of the pressure she felt from the public and from members of the royal family. Additionally, the former American actress asserted that the organisation disregarded her request for assistance in protecting her reputation. While all is going on, the allegation of racism by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has become one of the most high-profile and controversial claims ever made. Angela Levin, a royal writer, raised doubts about the veracity of the allegations a few months after the dramatic encounter.
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According to Angela Levin, the allegations that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle levelled against her and her family in the now-famous interview with Oprah Winfrey are not true. When asked about Meghan Markle’s struggles with her mental health, the royal biographer said that the Duchess may have felt uneasy in a royal environment; nonetheless, the royal institution is not to blame for this feeling of unease.
She also attacked the Sussex family for failing to acknowledge the opulent lifestyle they continue to enjoy as a result of their status as members of the British monarchy. “During that interview, there were more than 30 false statements. The royal author was quoted in Hindustan Times as saying, “They acquired their fame, they gained their riches owing to the royal family, and it’s hundreds and hundreds of millions, isn’t it?” The author of the royal family was quoted as saying this.
Angela Levin also offered her thoughts on the racist words made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. During the course of an interview, Prince Harry said that a member of the royal family has expressed concern regarding the complexion of his child. For the sake of clarity, Levin’s opinion on this matter is that it does not make any sense for anyone to care about the colour of the children’s skin even before the couple is married or engaged. He says this because he finds it to be illogical.
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