Meghan was very brave throughout this entire episode in her life. Seeing her out and about doing her work despite all the mess being exhibited around her, was simply amazing.
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.
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.
So hell yes – I’m sick and disgusted with a racist press slamming both Serena and Duchess Meghan and who attempt, at every opportunity, to blame “something” negative on these two outstanding women of color.
His name is inspiring parents and has shot to the top of popularity charts. Taking the top spot for baby boy names in 2019 so far, according to Nameberry.
Before the wedding, Meghan was eager to “hit the ground running” with her charitable efforts. Since her marriage to Prince Harry in May 2018, she has already had a global impact.
Within the past few weeks Duchess Meghan has revealed she has upcoming and completed projects. She recently guest edited the September edition of British Vogue available on August 2nd.
This is a collaborative post with Amanda Keeler. She collected messages from some Sussex fans from all over the world to wish Meghan a Happy Birthday.
From Prince Harry teaming up with Jane Goodall for conservation efforts to Duchess Meghan guest editing British Vouge and starting her own movement charity fashion line.
Quite significantly present in the official photo were Princess Diana’s sisters Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.