While the media is busy manufacturing stories about Meghan, they go to extraordinary lengths to protect other members of the royal family, even when there is plausible evidence of wrongdoing.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of food? Getting together, tantalizing smells, satisfaction, unique recipes and so much more. This is probably what fueled two Sussex Squad members to come up with the Sussex Squad Cooking Club, an online cooking and baking community.
We now plan to balance our time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour our duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages.
As we continue to celebrate the contribution of St. Felix Centre to their society, I caught up with them to get a deeper insight on what they do and of course, to find out how it was having the future Duchess of Sussex volunteer regularly at their kitchen.
It was actually this move by the British female Parliamentarians to openly show support for Duchess Meghan, that prompted me to research on female politicians and specifically the ones who held the very first political positions as women in their respective countries.
A careful examination of her reporting concerning the Duchess of Sussex reveals an unquestionable amount of bias.
Looking at the kind of treatment the royal couple continues to face to date, I think we can safely conclude that the world is still a long way from genuinely embracing interracial unions and sadly, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not been spared from this unwarranted criticism.
Duchess Meghan did not grow up with Samantha Grant or Thomas Markle, Jr. Samantha Grant knows nothing about Duchess Meghan. All she has are a handful of old baby photographs and a graduation picture.
Grant is not only an enabler and facilitator of the British tabloids, but she is also the darling of internet trolls and Megxiters who are engaged in a sustained, cynical and dark campaign of hate, humiliation and “othering” of Duchess Meghan.