Meghan Markle says the royal family is 'perpetuating falsehoods' about her in Oprah interview clip

One other teaser has dropped for the eagerly anticipated Oprah interview with Meghan and Harry. In the clip, the Duchess of Sussex talks about how she feels about the palace listening to her converse her fact on tv. 

“I do not know the way they may anticipate that in spite of everything of this time we’d nonetheless simply be silent if there’s an energetic position that the agency is enjoying in perpetuating falsehoods about us,” Meghan tells Oprah. “And if that comes with danger of dropping issues, there’s lots that is been misplaced already.” 

In the 30-second clip, Meghan makes use of the time period “the firm” to explain the royal family – a nickname that is mentioned for use behind palace doorways by the Queen and different senior royals, however it’s seldom (if ever) used in interviews. 


The discharge of the new teaser is well timed, because it got here simply after The Occasions published claims that the Duchess of Sussex allegedly bullied workers members throughout her time at Kensington Palace. A press release issued by Meghan’s spokesperson mentioned: “The duchess is saddened by this newest assault on her character, significantly as somebody who has been the goal of bullying herself and is deeply dedicated to supporting those that have skilled ache and trauma.” Buckingham Palace released a statement saying it will examine the allegations and mentioned it was “very involved.”

Many have identified the racist rhetoric that underpins bullying accusations levelled at ladies of color, and in specific Black ladies. Many are additionally pointing out the distinction in the methods in which the palace dealt with the allegations of sexual abuse towards Prince Andrew, in addition to his friendship with convicted intercourse offender Jeffrey Epstein, who died in jail whereas awaiting trial for intercourse trafficking prices.

Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS Primetime Particular will premiere on CBS Information on March 7 at 8pm ET in the U.S., and on March 8 at 8pm on ITV in the UK.

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