The only reason people like me, children of the Commonwealth became interested recently was because of Meghan, who had her wedding veil embroidered with flowers of the Commonwealth to include people like myself. Now that she is gone, I don’t care.
It was recently reported that the Sussexes have purchased a home of their own and that they have been there since early July. Harry and Meghan are operating on a global stage now, securing projects and contracts with big players in the field.
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.
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.
So I had to ask myself, when did advocacy for change, wanting to use your privilege to do good, become a curse for those who have passions, purpose, drive, means, a good heart to champion those causes that, let’s face it a lot of us would turn a blind eye and look the other way, turn into a fault?
Rewriting Duchess Meghan’s history in a negative light is virtually impossible since her pre-royal life is well documented; which makes the attempts to assassinate her character laughable.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are taking legal action against the British Tabloids for their horrible bullying of the Duchess of Sussex.
For many who follow HRH the Duchess of Sussex, it has been clear as day that there is a coordinated smear campaign being run by the British Media supported by palace insiders.