The future looks bright for this humanitarian couple and we’ll be here to support them through the next phase. In the short term however, there is still a lot to celebrate and support.
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.
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.
This community of amazing men and women continues to grow from strength to strength and the latest initiative, #SussexGreatForest, proof of the power of grassroots organizing, has been conceived by 12 brilliant women within the Sussex squad.
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.
Could it possibly be that she has been left out to hang because she has exposed some Royals, who are also living off British taxpayers, to be inefficient and basically unproductive?
The self-absorbed British press can’t get pass itself to realize that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are indeed loved and there is nothing they can do about it.
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.
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.