The latest revelations of Meghan Markle a few days from returning to England

The latest revelations of Meghan Markle a few days from returning to England

It has now been over two years since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the UK. After the historic interview granted to Oprah Winfrey, which shook the royal family in 2021, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle still regularly drive the point home, at the bend of one or the other interview. The river interview of the duchess, published by The Cut this Monday, August 29, goes far beyond all the revelations that have been made since the Oprah Winfrey show. How will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex be received when they return to England in a few days?

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A river interview that reacts in the United Kingdom

At the beginning of September, Prince Harry and his wife will be back in the UK, where they have a busy schedule ahead of them. They will also make a one-day trip to Germany. While we thought the somewhat calmed relations between Harry and his family, Duchess Meghan, 41, gave a river interview to The Cutan online supplement of New York Magazine, in which she again delivers her unrestrained version.

The interview was conducted at her home, in her villa in Montecito, where she invited journalist Allison P. Davis. This article is illustrated with very beautiful photos taken by Campbell Addy, allowing you to discover some corners of his home. In these photos, we can notably see the Duchess posing in a Chanel tweet dress on a large wooden bench or with a Mikimoto pearl necklace on a chair in the middle of her garden.

The words of Prince Charles’ daughter-in-law clearly appealed less to British readers. Within hours of the article’s publication, other English media outlets and tabloids published retaliatory articles. On the Daily Mail, which is waging a war against the Sussexes, we have counted no less than thirty incriminating articles on the subject.

Meghan Markle talks about wounds that are “still healing”. She also talks about her desire to return to Instagram, she who was deprived of her official account, managed by the Palace, after leaving her royal duties. Several media point to an inconsistency, she and her husband being fiercely against social networks.

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Meghan Markle opens up about her relationship with the royal family and her decision to leave

When asked if she fears retaliation, Meghan responds “I have never signed anything that does not allow me to say anything. I can relate my whole experience, but I chose not to”. About her life as a princess, she explains that she prefers to make it clear to little girls that having the ambition to marry a prince is not a goal in life: “You have the power within you to create a life greater than any fairy tale you have ever read. “, she wishes to give as advice to young girls.

While she answers the journalist’s questions, Meghan gives her a tour of her Californian villa bought for $14.65 million. “ We did everything to have this house”she says, presenting the two palm trees that are in the middle of her lawn. “One of the first things my husband saw when we walked through the house were these two palm trees. See how they are connected to each other at the bottom? He said to me: “My love, it is us.” “.

The Duchess of Sussex conducted a river interview for the American media The Cut, in which she goes into detail about her life within the royal family (Photo: Mischa Schoemaker/ABACAPRESS.COM)

Meghan also agreed to talk about a more sensitive subject: her relationship with the royal family. Last June, on the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee, the couple returned to their home of Frogmore Cottage, Windsor. The opportunity for Meghan to make the funds of the drawer and to recover business which they had not seen for two years, the couple having left (first towards Canada) in a certain haste.

Regarding his problems of adaptation within the family, these “stemmed from the fact that she was an American, not necessarily a black American”she explains. “Her desire to ask lots of questions and never get involved in anything she couldn’t fully control seemed to violate an unspoken social norm”explains the journalist.

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The Cut publishes the Duchess of Sussex’s interview days before her return to England

Leaving their duties seemed inevitable, if the former actress is to be believed. “Just by existing, we upset the dynamics of the hierarchy. So we were like, ‘Okay, okay, let’s get out of here.says Meghan, who adds to have been “happy to do so”. The Duchess also speaks of an injustice and a difference in treatment with other members of the royal family who were able to obtain satisfaction for their requests. “Meghan says what they were asking was not to ‘reinvent the wheel’ and lists a handful of princes, princesses and dukes who have exactly the arrangement they wanted.” She explains : “For some reason, it’s not something we were allowed to do, even though several other family members do just that. »

Finally, about her strained relationship with her own paternal family and with her in-laws, Prince Harry’s wife addresses the issue of forgiveness. “I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy not to forgive”. She ends with an anecdote that caused a lot of reaction from the British media. During her visit to Africa, a South African reportedly approached her and said: “When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets as we did when Mandela was released from prison.”

Nicholas Fontaine

Chief Editor

Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After having been a copywriter and author for numerous Belgian and French brands and media, he specialized in royalty news. Nicolas is now editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. [email protected]

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