After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s tell-all interview hosted by Oprah Winfrey, the place the couple spoke about anticipating a child lady, photographer Misan Harriman posted a household picture of Harry, Meghan and their son Archie. The black-and-white image exhibits them as a tight-knit household unit.
The caption by Misan learn, “What wonderful news to celebrate on International Women’s Day! Congratulations my friends, and welcome to the #girldad club H”.
The much-publicised interview had the couple speaking in element about the circumstances that result in their departure from the royal household. One of the subjects that raised eyebrows all around the world was Meghan’s revelation that earlier than Archie’s delivery, the colour of his skin was a subject of dialogue on the establishment. Oprah spoke about the interview on CBS This Morning and shared that it was neither Queen Elizabeth II nor Prince Philip, who spoke about Archie’s colour to Harry or Meghan.
Oprah stated, “(Prince Harry) did not share the identity with me but he wanted to make sure that I knew and, if I had an opportunity to share it, that it was not his grandmother nor his grandfather that were a part of those conversations.”
During the interview, the previous Suits star opened up about feeling suicidal as she stayed in the royal household. Many have in contrast this interview to that of Princess Diana’s when she opened up about the archaic functioning of the monarchy and the scrutiny she needed to endure whereas going through the British press.
On Sunday’s interview, Prince Harry additionally spoke about his late mom and stated, “What I was seeing was history repeating itself but definitely far more dangerous because then you add race in and you add social media in — when I’m talking about history repeating itself, I’m talking about my mother. When you can see something happening in the same kind of way, anybody would ask for help. Ask the system of which you are a part of, especially when you know there is a race issue there, that they could help and share some truth or call the dogs off, whatever you want to call it. So to receive no help at all and to be told continuously, ‘This is how it is. This is just how it is.’”