The Queen and senior members of the royal family should immediately apologize Megan Markle An American TV presenter insisted on the racist abuse she suffered in the UK.
Instead of “fanning” old allegations of “bullying” on employees, members of the royal family should rally around the Duchess of Sussex, “The View host” Sunny Houston told her audience this week.
Speaking to Whoopi Goldberg, Megan McCain, Sarah Haines and Joy Behar after news emerged that the palace had begun an investigation into allegations of bullying behavior by Meghan against the employees, Sunny said senior royals should have done more.
“I think they are worried – the company, the mansion, the royal family – about meeting Oprah to spark some allegations two and a half years ago that she intimidated employees by sending emails at five in the morning,” she said.
“Oh my God, I am sending emails at 1 AM, 2 AM, 5 AM – I would have faced many cases against me had it been criminal behavior.”
Sunny continued: “I was really shocked that instead of trying to repair this rift, instead of supporting Megan and Harry, who I think had removed his wife and family from England because of the terrible racial hatred she was subjected to, and he did not want history to repeat itself after what happened to his mother with media.
“I’m just amazed that they didn’t even try to apologize for not protecting her any more, and instead they did.
“I think that says a lot about the business of the royal family,” she added.
Megan McCain agreed to host Sunny and described some of the bullying allegations in their content as “ridiculous.”
She said, “That’s really interesting because it’s very clear that Meghan Markle dumped, and one of the things she’s been accused of of mistreating her is sending an email to the staff early in the morning.”
For now, they are trying to make Meghan Markle look really bad, including accusing her of wearing diamond earrings that were given to her by the Prince of Saudi Arabia after the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
“These are all facts, I believe, that have been known for many years – why are they being revealed now?”
Committee member Joy Behar agreed, saying: “In the British monarchy, they will only make your life miserable – you better take the line.
“They don’t like it when you bump into them.
“Look what happened to Diana, the same thing, the same. So I’m on Meghan Markle’s squad.”
It comes as a number of Meghan’s famous friends are publicly casting support behind her on the eve of an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
She, along with Prince Harry, Is expected to provide the exact reasons behind their breakup from the United Kingdom that was largely announced early last year, and delve into painful details about what life in the royal family should have been like.
The US Seating Chat will broadcast at 7 PM on Sunday (1 AM GMT Monday), followed by a broadcast at 9 PM on Monday on ITV.