Duke and Duchess of Sussex praised by Nelson Mandela's goddaughter

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 18, 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan are reportedly unhappy that her father is reaching out to the press again.

Mr Markle claimed the Royal Family have distanced themselves since he opened up about Prince Harry's political views.

"It was curated by the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and I asked their royal highnesses to come as he does charitable work in southern Africa and she has said before that Nelson Mandela is one of her heroes".

"Glad you have so much time to gallivant around paying tribute to others while ignoring your own father!"

"How can you be so cold and look in the mirror?" "The, I guess, liaison with the royal family never answers back, and there's no address I can write to so I have no way of contacting my daughter".

Samantha Markle unleashes wrath on Twitter, implying that she has time to honor Mandela but not her father. "You should be ashamed of ourselves", Samantha tweeted. The duke and duchess also had the incredible opportunity to chat with Nelson's granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela.

"I was silent for a full year and the press beat me up every day saying I was a hermit hiding in Mexico, so I gave my story", Markle said to TMZ, referring to his first TV interview, which lead to his most recent Sun interview where he said his daughter seemed "terrified" while on public outings with her new husband.

"Tomorrow is my birthday, 74 years old, and I'm enjoying the fact that I can make the entire Royal Family not speak and maybe I can get a laugh out of the Duchess."

Mr Markle has previously said he feels he has been "put in a penalty box" following his explosive tell-all interview with presenter Piers Morgan where he revealed what his son-in-law Prince Harry, 33, really thinks of US President Donald Trump.

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