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Just like the infamous Brexit, we weren’t given the full terms of the deal, we weren’t assured of the implications and the outcome. We no longer have access to Prince Harry and what’s worse the entire UK and Royal Family combined cannot hold our attention for more than 24 hours.

Just like the infamous Brexit, we weren’t given the full terms of the deal, we weren’t assured of the implications and the outcome. We no longer have access to Prince Harry and what’s worse the entire UK and Royal Family combined cannot hold our attention for more than 24 hours.

By; @ifeomaDr, follow her on Twitter! https://twitter.com/IfeomaDr?t=mwuSQxyx7DOJRYryG8ZfYg&s=09

There has been a plethora of comments about what Harry is supposed to be doing. It appears some people have collectively lost their minds and memories. Prince Harry asked to serve the Queen but wanted some independence from the Royal Purse and Royal Rota.

We held whole summit in Sandringham was held and it was decided to let him go. I use the collective word “we” because “we” consider the Monarchy as a family. When you let a member of your family go it’s because you decided that their wishes were impossible to be met.

Prince Harry was very clear about what he was going to do. He said he would continue to serve and that he would be using independent and grassroot media? Why are we suddenly surprised? Who drummed it into our heads that he would “disappear”?

A whole Prince of England, Someone actually thought Prince Harry would be living outside England and he wouldn’t get deals? He wouldn’t be popular and successful outside the Royal Family? I could have told anyone that for free. It would have been better to agree to his plan.

It is not Prince Harry from the outside looking in. Oh no. It is the UK media and Royal Family looking OUT. We can no longer dictate what Prince Harry can or cannot do, how much money he has or how many bathrooms are in his mansion. We are now bystanders waiting for his every move

Just like the infamous Brexit, we weren’t given the full terms of the deal, we weren’t assured of the implications and the outcome. We no longer have access to Prince Harry and what’s worse the entire UK and Royal Family combined cannot hold our attention for more than 24 hours.

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Meghan Markle Is Calling Senators To Talk About Paid Family Leave
The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly placed calls to Sens. Shelley Moore Capito and Susan Collins and possibly others.


Meghan Markle Is Calling Senators To Talk About Paid Family Leave
The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly placed calls to Sens. Shelley Moore Capito and Susan Collins and possibly others.


A handful of U.S. senators have reportedly picked up the phone recently to find Meghan Markle on the other line. The Duchess of Sussex is reported to be calling senators to encourage them to support the inclusion of paid family and medical leave in President Joe Biden’s social spending bill.

According to Politico, Meghan Markle has called at least two senators directly to advocate for paid family leave. “I’m in my car. I’m driving,” Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican from West Virginia, told the news outlet of receiving a call from the mother of two. “It says caller ID blocked. Honestly… I thought it was Sen. Manchin. His calls come in blocked. And she goes ‘Sen. Capito?’ I said, ‘Yes.’ She said, ‘This is Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.’”


Although Capito didn’t dive into the specifics of her conversation with Markle, she did tell Politico she had no idea how the Duchess of Sussex got her number. Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican from Maine, also reported getting a phone call from Markle.

Politico reporter Marianne LeVine quoted Collins as having said. “I was happy to talk with her. But I’m more interested in what the people of Maine are telling me about it.”

Members of Congress have recently struggled to find common ground on the issue of paid family and medical leave. Last week, Senate Democrats quietly cut out funding for such a policy after Sen Joe Manchin, a key centrist, refused to back the proposal. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, however, has since moved to return language guaranteeing workers at least four weeks paid family and medical leave despite Manchin’s continued opposition.

But this isn’t the first time Markle has reached out to members of Congress to advocate for paid leave. In October she wrote to Majority Leader Charles Schumer and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to encourage Congress to put families before politics and pass a federal paid leave program. “If we’re going to create a new era of family first policies, let’s make sure that includes a strong paid leave program for every American that’s guaranteed, accessible, and encouraged without stigma or penalty,” Markle wrote in her letter. “No family should have to choose between earning a living and having the freedom to take care of their child.”

The Duchess of Sussex, who shares two children with Prince Harry, argued paid family leave should be considered “a national right” rather than something limited only to those who live in one of the nine states (or the District of Columbia) that already have paid leave laws of some kind. “When paid leave is a right, we’re creating a foundation that helps address mental health outcomes, health care costs, and economic strength at the starting line,” she wrote.

𝐁𝐑𝐄𝐀𝐊𝐈𝐍𝐆: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle,The Duke and Duchess of Sussex supplied the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta with Black-owned food trucks to Mark #MLKDAY.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by supplying food to the King Center for Nonviolent Social change in Atlanta through Black-owned businesses.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex supplied the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta with Black-owned food trucks on Monday, according to the Civil Rights icon’s daughter, Bernice King.

The food trucks were utilized by volunteers during a community service project event, King said.

“I’m so grateful for your graciousness in honoring my father,” King daughter wrote on Twitter.

A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan confirmed the donation to ITK, saying the trucks, Paige’s Pastries & Bistro and Parlay Savory Saloon, offered free lunches to staffers and volunteers.

Some of the King Center’s events included a voter registration and education drive, as well as a donation drive for the homeless. The pair also shared a personal connection with a keynote speaker at the King Center: Bishop Michael Curry invoked the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. during a sermon at their 2018 wedding ceremony.

This is one of many Million times that Prince Harry, The w of Sussex and Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex, have been recognized for their charitable donations. Last year, a women’s shelter in Texas thanked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex for helping to fix a roof damaged by winter weather in the Lone Star Also, Archewell Foundation announced a additional project of a relief center in India amid a spike there in COVID-19 cases.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex popularity was not a threat to heir position. The institution, didn’t HAVE to do any of smear campaign, they CHOSE to.

By https://twitter.com/IfeomaDr?t=fdA4xu0vM0NnZ7yOuqch9g&s=09

The sussexes popularity threat wasn’t just to William. But the entire establishment. The Sussexes led with compassion and were able to demonstrate significant impact without the Royal Rota and a lot of the red tape. That would have led to scrutiny of exactly how the Firm is run down to its expenses.

How much does it really cost to be a “patron of Patronages”. How many Patronages actually benefit from having a member of the Royal Family? Exactly what impact do the Royal Family have as a whole on the community and does this impact justify its existence and the money spent on it?

The Royal Family rely heavily on the British media to prop up its existence. The Duke and Duchess of Sussexe did not. Their brand was popular on social media alone and they were already not only globally recognisable but charities actually WANTED to work with them.

To add insult to injury, Meghan’s brilliance and easy communication skills with young professionals meant that the old fashioned senior aides’ jobs were threatened. What exactly is the point of these aides lurking around in the palace?

To add insult to injury, the Duchess of Sussex was not only shining but “shining while black”. And her husband the Duke wanted the whole world to know it. His love for her was the final nail in the coffin for the firm. Love in the Royal Family isn’t exactly celebrated.

The Firm needed to reestablish its relevance but it also needed the media to divert the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attention back to who it was originally intended. But the British media is a beast that needed to be fed. Rumours of an affair made the situation more desperate.

So Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex was offered up as the sacrificial lamb. The British media began to sing from the same script – while she became ungrateful, non-conforming and disrespectful siting unconfirmed sources and without corroborating events, William wife became the “saviour”.

This ofcourse was an easy narrative to spread by the British media- they knew they could rely on the ignorance and racism of some of its followers to do its work for them. Alas, they did not succeed. The entire world isn’t stupid or racist, Thank God for that.

Meghan Markle IMPACT! Outland Denim reached new heights when Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wore a pair of the brand’s jeans four times while on her tour of Australia and was able to create 46 new positions for women who have been rescued from trafficking for the company.

An Australian denim label loved by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, was named one of the world’s most innovative sustainable fashion businesses.

Outland Denim is one of ten businesses honoured in the 2019CO Leadership Awards, awarded by fashion technology and business platform Common Objective (CO).

The award was judged by representatives from the British Fashion Council, GQ and Vogue Australia magazine, fashion label Vivienne Westwood and luxury e-commerce retailer Farfetch. The award celebrates “disruptors” in the sustainable fashion space.

Outland Denim was started by James Bartle in 2011 and works with Cambodian women who have been rescued from trafficking to teach them new skills while also paying a fair wage and offering training and employment opportunities.

The brand uses sustainable materials such as organic cotton and recycled fabric waste.

Bartle said it was an “honour” to be recognized by what he sees as leaders in the sustainable fashion space.

“[CO] are campaigning for using fashion for good, and that’s always been our dream and desire … to help right the wrongs of the past in fashion.”

Other brands which received awards included Raeburn, a luxury British brand which uses recycled materials in its designs, sustainable fashion stalwart Stella McCartney, and Indigenous, a US brand which invests in Peruvian artisan workers by providing microfinance.

“The CO platform was created to take sustainability in the fashion industry to scale,” said Harold Tillman, chairman of CO.

“We are seeing more and more businesses and business leaders taking sustainability seriously, and this has never been more important. The CO awards are putting the spotlight on the visionaries that will drive change – and inspire a new generation of fashion professionals”

Outland Denim reached new heights when Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wore a pair of the brand’s jeans four times while on her tour of Australia with Prince Harry in 2018 during her Australia royal tour.

“Oh man, it’s hard to put into words [the Meghan Markle effect] it caused a lot of growth and growing pains as well and that’s the awesome and challenging sign of something as miraculous as that.”

As a result of the interest caused by Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex ,Bartle was able to create 46 new positions for women in his company. Something which has a flow-on effect into the communities and dependents the women are responsible for.

Bartle told Vanity Fair magazine at the time that online sales increased by 2300 per cent over the two weeks following Meghan’s appearance in the jeans saw, while traffic to their website spiked by 1000 per cent in the 48 hours after the Duchess wore them.

“She didn’t receive the jeans through us. We’re not sure how she heard of us but are thrilled that the brand’s ethos aligns with her own,” Bartle told Vanity Fair.

“On top of that, the denim is very comfortable and she wore them day after day on the tour. As a company it’s been win-win, but it’s benefitted people who really need help and I hope Meghan knows that.”


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