On Tuesday, Michelle Obama commented on Royal’s question about Meghan’s son’s skin’s possible darkness. She said that it was heartbreaking, but at the same time, it was expected.
As Michelle said, she was hoping that one day the world will hear, and it would teach us a lesson.
Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, accused a particular royal family member of raising racist concerns about their Archie.
During their interview with Oprah Winfrey, the young couple shared this statement, which made total chaos on the internet.
Michelle Obama said that she couldn’t understand the unsolicited remarks about the baby’s skin color from the royal family.
“I could never understand how it wouldn’t be seen as an added benefit and a reflection of the world today, especially right now, to go how inclusive is that that you can see someone who looks like you in this family, much less someone who was born into it,”
The Daily Telegraph shares Michelle Obama’s statement about Meghan’s disclosure of her son’s remarks.
“I feel like that was heartbreaking to hear, that she felt like she was in her own family — her own family thought differently of her.”
“As I said before, the race isn’t a new construct in this world for people of color. And so it wasn’t a complete surprise to hear her feelings and to have them articulated,”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back from official duties.
“I think the thing that I hope for, and the thing I think about is that this, first and foremost, is a family,”
“I pray for forgiveness and healing for them so that they can use this as a teachable moment for us all.“- added Michelle Obama.
Former President Barack Obama tweeted regarding this issue about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and he supports their engagement.
Michelle even went so far as to tell that Meghan is “a thoughtful leader who is breaking the mold and making our worlds better for it.”
ARTICLE SOURCE: americanconservatives.today