There went a shock through most of the united kingdom, when the book 'Finding freedom' this week hit the shelves at retailers around the country.
the Book is a story about prince Harry and Meghan Markles life as members of the royal family.
And there is not made a secret of that, especially Meghan has had it hard to be a part of the family, and that it eventually did, the couple chose to leave their 'job' as a royal and moved to the UNITED states.
Now talking Meghan for the first time since the book in an interview with 19thNews, there is a 'nonprofit newsroom, who writes about gender and politics'.
In the interview, talking Meghan about the racism, which right now is up the agenda in the country.
- It is very sad to see where the country is at this moment. If there is anything good to say about what happened after George Floyd murder it must be, to the voices that have come forward, have been given a role. It is the shift from grief to the feeling of inspiration, because I can see that it is turning', says Meghan in the interview.
She, however, also check that she is happy to be back in the UNITED states.
'From my point of view, it is not new to see racism or bias, but I think, to see the changes that we see right now, it is something that I look forward to being a part of. To be able to use my voice in a way, as I'm a long time has not been able to. It is good to be home', does it sound to conclude from Meghan in the interview.
Meghan and Harry have recently moved to a house in Santa Barbara, where they are surrounded by well-known neighbours to both sides.
One of the most know of the former tv host Oprah Winfrey.
Intl. royal - 12. aug. 2020 - pm. 15:44 bought the house among the rich and famous