Entertainment Meghan Markle accuses Buckingham Palace of spreading "lies" about her (VIDEO)
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The Duchess of Sussex, 39, highlighted her blossoming baby bump in the black silk Armani dress, which was belted above her stomach and featured floral embroidery over one shoulder. Meanwhile she paid tribute to her late mother-in-law by borrowing a dazzling diamond tennis Cartier bracelet from Princess Diana's jewellery collection, which retails for an eye-watering £17,700. The Duchess is known for her love of designer brands, and her first maternity wardrobe is believed to have cost over half a million pounds. It was further boosted by decadent jewellery, which adds financial value to several of her outfits.
In a new excerpt from the interview Granted by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess of Sussex once again attacks the royal family. She accuses the Palace of "lies" against her.
The tea towel burns betweenand the Royal Family of England. This Sunday, March 7, 2021, CBS will broadcast the eagerly awaited interview that and his wife gave to the pope of American television Since the beginning of the week, the broadcaster has started to raise the sauce, leaking extracts from this interview which promises to be crisp. This Thursday, March 4, in channel we discover , obviously ready to make some confidences, or even to bring certain accusations ... which should not please the Windsor !
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"Much has already been lost!"
In this famous excerpt, Oprah Winfrey questions Meghan Markle: " How do you think the Palace will react when you are about to speak your truth? "to answer frankly: " I don't know how they could expect that after all this time we could just remain silent, if the Firm is taking an active role in peddling lies about us ", she said coldly explained to the interviewer, thus accusing the royal family and Buckingham Palace. And the wife of prince Harry to continue always very determined: " And if it comes with the risk of losing things ... A lot of things have already been lost! " The clan of the Queen of England therefore knows what s 'wait for next Sunday!
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Meghan Markle facing the accusations of Kensington
This little sentence from Meghan Markle therefore seems to be timely! This Tuesday, March 2, the British press echoed a new controversy concerning the Duchess,According to testimonies published in the Times . Members of her former staff at , where she lived with Prince Harry, before their , claim she behaved badly with them, with . What the Sussexes totally deny. Although the interview was recorded several days earlier, there is no doubt that the broadcaster has bet on this particular excerpt, which sounds like a response to his accusations.
“There’s a lot that’s been lost already.”
CBS Presents Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A Primetime Special this Sunday at 8 / 7c.- CBS (@CBS)
Meghan Markle Pens Powerful Letter to Students for International Women's Day .
A year ago, the Duchess of Sussex visited students at the Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham, England.In a letter to the school, which it shared on Thursday, Prince Harry's wife wrote thanking them for the "fond memories" they gave her and acknowledged how "difficult it's been for students and families during the past year" amid the coronavirus pandemic.