PR: Youth leader says the royal family’s ‘history of colonisation’ made her feel ‘uncomfortable’ about speaking to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Commonwealth video call – but she was put at ease by the ‘relaxed’ couple

  • Alicia Wallace, the director of Equality Bahamas, gave an inside look at call
  • Admitted to at first feeling uncomfortable about joining Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, for the talk, due to the Royal Family’s history of colonisation
  • Admitting that choosing to be part of the conversation was ‘complicated’ 
  • Went on to praise the Sussexes as ‘calm, relaxed and responding with substance’
  • Duke of Sussex admitted that the history of the Commonwealth ‘must be acknowledged’ during QCT discussion on justice and equal rights this week

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Met with the NAACP Following George Floyd’s Death

PROOF or didn’t happen!

Hollywood Harry darling, you should stay out of it, you spoilt little prat!

How in the hell would either one of you know, you both went to private schools and had the best of everything.  You have no idea how black lives matter. JD