Michelle Obama advises pals Harry and Meghan to ‘forgive’ the royals

Michelle Obama has prompted her pals Harry and Meghan to “forgive” the royal household in the wake of bullying and racism claims.

The prince and Meghan informed Oprah Winfrey in their bombshell interview that a royal had expressed “issues” about how dark son Archie’s skin would be.

Ms Obama is a longtime good friend of the former Fits starlet and in 2019 called her a “thoughtful leader.”

” My hope is that, when I think about what they’re going through, I think about the value of family and I simply pray that there is forgiveness and there is clearness and love and solve at some time in time,” Ms Obama told Gain access to Hollywood.

” Since there’s nothing more vital than household.”

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Meghan likewise claimed in her interview with Oprah that she had actually been driven to suicidal thoughts throughout her time in the royal family.

Ms Obama went on to applaud her own household, particularly spouse Barack Obama for his relationship with their daughters, Malia and Sasha.

” Firstly, he loves his daughters with all of his heart. He wants absolutely nothing but the very best for them. But more significantly, he knows how wise and capable they are as young women and he treats them as equals,” she said.

” They still have discipline and rules and regard, but he encourages them in whatever they do. Which’s all you want from a papa.

” Not just for a girl dad, but any papa who is involved and engaged and reveals love and stability and consistency. That’s the kind of daddy he is.”

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