MEGHAN Markle is using race to “get the victimhood she craves” claims a Royal insider.
Meghan – who has recently compared herself to Nelson Mandela for marrying Britain’s Prince Harry has sparked a fresh war with the Windsors after appearing to threaten that she “could say anything” about her time in the Firm.
Speaking to U.S. magazine The Cut, Duchess Meg confirmed “she had never had to sign a non-disclosure agreement about her royal life, allowing her to freely share her version of events about her time in Britain.”
She said she took “comfort in “knowing that I can say anything”.
The statement, described by the interviewer as being delivered in a “voice full of meaning”, was interpreted as a warning to the Royal family that the Duchess could be willing to make further revelations of her choosing.
The palace has hit back, reminding Meg “former staff would be free to talk about their experiences under whistleblowing rules.”
A royal insider told Politicalite: “Thomas said Meghan was never treated like a black girl growing up.”
“It’s only now that she’s with Harry that being black is trendy and gives her the victimhood she craves.”
On her Nelson Mandela reference, the Royal insider added: “Nelson Mandela reference is wonderful. Meghan equates marrying a white prince equivalent to overcoming apartheid.”