It also condemns the "racial undertones" evident in several British newspaper columns, and the blatant misogynistic and racist harassment Markle has received on social media., British columnist Rachel Johnson referred to Markle's "exotic" DNA in an op-ed published on Saturday."Genetically, she is blessed," Johnson wrote.
"If there is issue from her alleged union with Prince Harry, the Windsors will thicken their watery, thin blue blood and Spencer pale skin and ginger hair with some rich and exotic DNA."Another Markle's treatment by the British press proves that even in England, one of the most multicultural countries in the world, racism is still alive and well — and social media users were quick to point that out."He has asked for this statement to be issued in the hopes that those in the press who have been driving this story can pause and reflect before any damage is done," the letter ends.
“It is not right that a few months into a relationship with him that Ms.
Markle should be subjected to such a storm.” The scrutiny of the relationship has drawn parallels to the media scrutiny of Harry’s mother, the late Diana, who died in a 1997 car accident while being pursued by paparazzi.
“Even if I talk to a girl, that person is then suddenly my wife, and people go knocking on her door,” he said.
Though sources close to the royal family say that the pair are just friends, that didn't prevent the rumor mill from swirling.It has also invited comparisons to the early revelations that Kate Middleton was dating Prince William. 26 and Meghan Mrkle in an Instagram photo posted last week.In order to celebrate their romance during this special time, catch up on their beautiful love story (below)!!CLICK HERE to view "Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Love Story!
actress brought her mother, Doria Radlan, to her man's hometown of London.