The Royal Family’s Second Biggest Mistake By Richard Miller

     As a loyal monarchist, I was dismayed when Meghan Markle, of the Hollywood set jumped on board. She has been moved sideways, and now look at her.
  https://amp.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/royals/meghan-markle-delivers-stirring-speech-during-virtual-girl-up-leadership-summit/news-story/d9e229a2750c4aa99b271a9cc7fa2989

“Meghan Markle has urged young women to join the fight against gender and race inequality and hinted at the reasons behind her royal exit during a keynote speech at a digital global leadership summit. In a nine-minute speech, the Duchess of Sussex spoke passionately about the role of young women in helping eradicate injustices around the world, telling the 40,000-strong audience at the online gathering for UN initiative Girl Up that it’s crucial they reject negativity and focus on “building each other up”. The appearance marked Meghan’s first public speaking role since stepping down as a senior royal. She was joined on the bill with an impressive line-up of high-profile women, including former First Lady Michelle Obama, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and actress Priyanka Chopra. Standing in front of a plain wall in her LA home, Meghan, 38, looked vibrant in a blue dress and with her long hair loose and straight as she hinted at the cause of her split from the monarchy. “Your gut will tell you what’s right and wrong. What’s fair and unfair. The hardest part — and it was the hardest part for me — is to chase your convictions with action,” she said. “You look at the breadth of the issues we‘re facing right now, it is easy to get overwhelmed. I understand. “Be where you are in the moment. The growth and the change that you‘re pursuing might not feel like anything day-to-day. “But when you look back, I promise, you will see that it all adds up.”

     We can see where the fear of not being woke and politically correct leads, and hopefully no more mistakes from the Royal Family. Otherwise, their very survival will be at stake.

 

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