Daily Mail: Meghan Says Royals Should Feel Relief She Didn't Shares Names or Give More Details
Meghan Markle reportedly had no regret about the revelations she shared during her interview with Oprah Winfrey, noting that the royal family should be relieved she didn't say names or share more details.
Days after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey aired, sources close to the duchess have opened up about how she reacted to the aftermath effect of the bombshells dropped.
While speaking to Daily Mail, friends of the Duchess of Sussex noted that Meghan had no regrets about the shocking things she said during the interview and described telling her truth to Winfrey as "transformative."
Meghan reportedly believes the interview was one of the best decisions she made after marrying Prince Harry and stands by everything she said. The duchess also urged the royal family to feel at ease. The insider said:
"Meghan said the Royal institution should be relieved that she didn't name names or go into even more details of what went on behind closed doors."
The source explained that the former actress had been eager to share her truth all along, and now that it's out, she couldn't be more thrilled.
However, she is all about protecting her mental health and wouldn't follow any negative news about the interview.
Two days after the CBS Special aired, the Queen broke her silence about the matter via a statement.
Nevertheless, Meghan is focused on moving on. She is open to communicating with any member of the royal family who wants to reach out so that the healing process can begin for all the parties involved.
Fans may recall that during the conversation with Winfrey, Harry and Meghan shared that a senior royal asked how dark Archie's skin color would be. When asked who it was, the duchess was heard saying it would be damaging to reveal.
On Monday, Winfrey shed more light on the subject during a feature on "CBS This Morning," saying that while Harry stood his ground about not saying who made the remark, he did share that it wasn't the Queen or Prince Philip.
She disclosed that the conversations about how dark Archie's skin was tailored towards whether he would have a royal title and a security detail. Harry, however, mentioned that the discussion occurred at the beginning of his relationship with Meghan.
Two days after the CBS Special aired, the Queen broke her silence about the matter via a statement released by Buckingham Palace saying that the family was saddened by the allegations. Addressing the race issue, the Queen said:
"The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately."
The statement concluded, saying that Harry and Meghan remain much-loved members of the family. Apart from racial discrimination, the Sussexes dropped several bombshells, but alongside the revelations came several unanswered questions.