This is a brief piece written in response to the disingenuous article by one Jennie Bond in which she equates the Sussex Squad to the abhorrent sinister hate group lurking in social media and going by the name M3gxit.
Harry knows what it was like to grow up with a mother who was picked apart in the press, and he suffered through bullying in school with embarrassing headlines about both parents. He and Meghan have simply had enough and frankly, Archie will one day hopefully be relieved of some of the heartache Harry had to suffer.
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.
How convenient is it that after two years of making denigrating remarks about the Duchess of Sussex, Janetti’s “awareness” that she was “having a rough go of it,” coincides with the publication of his book.
Through a landscape of unprecedented hostility and sabotage from kin and country, the Sussexes have persevered and remained admirably focused on helping and highlighting the causes dearest to them. While they have seemingly stayed steadfast, It really didn’t have to be this way.
Part of this article is to alert the Sussex Squad that whilst I applaud our defence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, come 2020 we really need to strategise.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has put the royal family on the global fashion map. Her influence is undeniable and when it comes to fashion the former fashion entrepreneur continues to make her mark in the fashion world.
As supporters, we are embarking on a global letter writing campaign to express our solidarity with you and your husband in taking a stand against the often sinister, cruel and misleading nature of stories printed in British national newspapers concerning you, your character, your son and by extension your husband.
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.