“Heartbreaking,” Michelle Obama said of Meghan's interview
Michelle Obama, wife of former US President Barack Obama, said that what Megan, the wife of British Prince Harry, told about a comment from a member of the British royal family about the darkness of her son's complexion before his birth was "heartbreaking", and that she hopes that Meghan's experience will be a lesson to the world. .
Megan and Harry accused a member of the royal family of raising racist concerns about their son, and the courtiers were accused of ignoring Megan's request for help when she was suffering from suicidal tendencies.
The former US first lady told "NBC News" in response to a question about what Megan said about her comment on the color of her son's skin: "I feel it is heartbreaking. She felt like she was in her family, (but) her family did not think of her that way."
She added, "As I said before, race is not a new problem in the world of people of color, so it is not entirely surprising that you hear what you felt and see it expressing it."
"I think and what I hope for and what I think is that this is one family in the first place." I pray for forgiveness and recovery so that they can take this as a lesson for all of us, ”according to Sky News.