Princess Michael criticised for wearing 'racist' brooch to meet Meghan Markle

Princess Michael criticised for wearing 'racist' brooch to meet Meghan Markle

When I posted about Meghan attending the Queen's annual Christmas lunch yesterday, I included a paragraph about Princess Michael of Kent and her racist bullsh-t.

Princess Michael - the wife of Prince Michael of Kent, has caught the eye of many Royal watchers, who have spotted the offensive piece of jewellery in photos from the Queen's Christmas lunch.

"The brooch was a gift and has been worn many times before", a spokesperson for her told People in a statement.

Markle told BBC she was disheartened by the racist responses to her relationship with Harry. Depictions of the black Muslims in subservient roles first became popular in European art in the 18th century.

The brooch appears to be almost two inches in length and includes an antiquated deception of a black figure that many contend exoticizes people of color. TMZ leaked images of the bridal dress, revealing that if the deal between a palace and a fashion house closes, Meghan will wear a highly feminine creation, a wedding dress that embraces her silhouette and has long sleeves. The style of the accessory is controversial because it fetishizes dark-skinned slaves and servants.

Her two boys one of which she had to leave behind as he was too old to travel
Her two boys one of which she had to leave behind as he was too old to travel

Approximately 50 members of the Royal Family were in attendance for the annual luncheon - the first one attended by Meghan Markle, who will Wednesday Prince Harry in May.

But the only member to make a mark was Princess Michael of Kent.

Princess Michael quickly earned criticism on social media.

Markle, who is set to join the royal family when she marries Harry on May 19, 2018, is of mixed race. Back in 2004, she drew criticism when she told a group of African-Americans at a diner in NY to "go back to the colonies". I wanted to be a writer. Adding, "You know it's a shame that that is the climate in this world to focus that much on that or that that would be discriminatory in that sense, but I think...at the end of the day, I'm really just proud of who I am and where I come from, and we have never put any focus on that. We've just focused on who we are as a couple".

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