Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s latest interview crashed by unexpected visitor


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spoke passionately about tackling ‘structural racism’ in their latest interview, with the Duke admitting he had only recently become aware of many issues. They touched on a number of difficult and “uncomfortable” topics, saying some of the questions were “difficult” for them to answer.

But there was a lighter moment in their important interview, which was part of a new campaign with the Evening Standard, when she was crushed by a rather lovable visitor.

As they discussed their conversation with diversity dancer Ashley Banjo about her Black Lives Matter-driven performance Britain’s Got Talent, Meghan’s adorable dog Guy ran into the room.

Guy made an appearance

Spotting him, she interrupted Harry, saying, “Sorry, my dog ​​just came in.” ”

They both smile as Harry says, “Come on Guy,” before patting the couch and encouraging him to jump and sit between him.

For the next part of the conversation, Guy happily sits with Harry stroking him.

Speaking about their conversation with Ashley, Harry revealed that the TV dancer was concerned about viewers’ seething reaction to the talent show’s dance.

Meghan used to share a lot of photos of her dog on her pre-royal Instagram page

Harry said: “We spoke to Ashley Banjo a few weeks ago, right after the Britain’s Got Talent situation. And that in and of itself I’m sure even me talking about will be controversial, but the reality is that he and his team of guys put on the most amazing display.

“We had such a great conversation with Ashley. He was really strong, he felt good, but at the same time he was worried about the reaction. It was a real surprise that there had been what? 1,100 complaints after the show and then three days of hype it turned into 20 or 25,000. ”

Hundreds of people complained about the dance, which was widely supported

Ofcom has confirmed it will not investigate the 24,500 complaints about viewer fury, with the dancing “politicizing the family show.”

During the interview, Harry, 36, who is sixth to the throne, described his own ‘awakening’ to the lack of opportunities for people in BAME communities since he met his biracial wife.

The couple spoke passionately during the interview

The Duke said: ‘Because I was not aware of so many problems and problems in the UK and also in the world. I thought I did it but I didn’t.

He added: “You know, when you go to a store with your kids and you only see white dolls, do you even think:” It’s weird, there is no black doll there. ? ”

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“And I use that as an example of what we white people don’t always realize what it must be like for someone else of different colored skin, black skin, to be in. the same situation as we are where the world we know was created by whites for whites.

Speaking about life in the UK and the issue of race and diversity, Harry added: “It doesn’t seem as diverse as we do.

“We can use our platform to start a conversation and introduce people to the black community who are making a huge difference in our communities and across the UK as a whole. “


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