The specific purposes of the daily and persistent vilification of Duchess Meghan appears to be twofold. First, to convince the British public that, as a woman of color, Duchess Meghan does not belong in the royal family and second, to break her spirit.
Whether or not the British media like it, whether or not they are accepting of it, Duchess Meghan is a positive Force for Change, not just in the United Kingdom, but globally.
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, cannot, should not, and must not conform to some traditional, stereotypical and malleable standard of behavior to assuage her critics.
I totally support this law suit, and whilst we cannot predict its outcome, that should not matter. Prince Harry and his wife have been held to ransom for too long and it has to stop.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the Waves for Change compound kitchen, where The Lunchbox Fund, provides nearly 30,000 nutritious meals every day.
After much anticipation and excitement, our Royal couple, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, arrived earlier in the day to begin their 10 day tour of Southern Africa.
The Duchess we saw last Thursday did not appear to be someone who is worried about the continuous bullying and harassment by the media.
She’s a multifaceted and really well rounded person; a well-travelled polyglot, avid reader, dog lover, enthusiastic cook and self-described foodie. Above all, she’s just a nice person: that is the unequivocal opinion of her friends and colleagues, those who have had meaningful interactions with her.