Throwback: When Priyanka Chopra stood up for Meghan Markle, said she is ‘not just Prince Harry’s girlfriend’

Throwback: When Priyanka Chopra said Meghan Markle is ‘not just Harry’s girlfriend.’

While many celebrities like Serena Williams, Jameela Jamil, Ava DuVernay and Gabrielle Union have voiced their help, one one who as soon as stood up for Meghan and slammed the ‘racist’ therapy by UK media, Priyanka Chopra, is but to react. The actor’s sister-in-law, actor Sophie Turner, has additionally reacted to the interview now.

Priyanka, who additionally attended Meghan and Harry’s wedding ceremony, had earlier set the narrative proper on a number of events. In 2017 when Priyanka had appeared on Wendy Williams’ speak present the place the host had referred to PeeCee’s Suits co-star and good good friend Meghan Markle merely as ‘Prince Harry’s girlfriend,’ Priyanka had shortly reminded the host how there’s extra to Meghan Markle than simply being Prince Harry’s girlfriend. She had mentioned, “Also, Meghan Markle, actress, ‘Suits,’ her achievements!”

Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey has led to explosive reactions on-line. Meghan’s revelations in regards to the feedback round son Archie’s pores and skin color, dropping royal safety and the extraordinary pressures that led her to ponder suicide compelled Queen Elizabeth II to subject a response.

“Meghan Markle probably isn’t going to see your negative comments saying you don’t believe that she was suicidal… but your friends and family who have been in the past will, and they’ll never come to you for help. Don’t be that person,” Sophie’s message read as she addressed the trolls.

Priyanka had also called Meghan a beautiful person, who did not change even after marrying Harry Windsor. She had said, “The beauty of Meg is that she’s been herself through all of this. A lot of people got to know her after everything, but I knew her before (she started dating Harry) and she’s the same chick.”

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