Was Meghan Markle trolled by royal family member wearing racist jewelry?

Was Meghan Markle trolled by royal family member wearing racist jewelry?

Was Meghan Markle trolled by royal family member wearing racist jewelry?

A close-up of Princess Michael's brooch.Splash News Awam Amkpa, associate professor of Drama and Africana Studies at NYU, confirmed that Princess Michael's brooch is indeed a Blackamoor.

The princess was photographed arriving at the lunch in a auto, where cameras captured the pin on her coat, which Harper's Bazaar reports to be a blackamoor brooch.

Blackamoor art often appeared in European furniture and jewelry between the 13th and 15th centuries, either depicting black individuals as subservient or as members of royalty.

Pointing out the brooch, Lainey Gossip wrote: 'While they were speaking, do you think Meghan noticed the brooch that Princess Michael of Kent was wearing?

While Middleton wears a decidedly British-inspired style, and is a fashion icon in her own right, Markle's American fashion sensibility has more recently been placed under the microscope.

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It was the first time Meghan was meeting some of the distant Royal relatives, which was bound to be a nervous occasion.

Princess Michael of Kent-wife of Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth II's first cousin-was spotted wearing a racially offensive brooch on her coat while arriving to the palace with her husband.

Princess Michael quickly earned criticism on social media.

Analysing the, the expert said: "In-law Christmas events are always challenging and some of the tension does seem to show on Meghan's face here as she is driven in by her prince". She's been getting heat ever since she and Prince Harry started dating. According to The Cut, while traveling in NY in 2004, the Princess told black diners at a restaurant to "go back to the colonies". Princess Michael has since apologized for wearing the brooch, with a spokesperson adding that she's "very sorry and distressed" and vowing she'll never wear it again. She also discussed her trip to Africa, saying, "I had this adventure with these absolutely adorable, special people and to call me racist: it's a knife through the heart because I really love these people".

"It's disheartening", Meghan told the BBC previously about the racism she has seen since she and Harry officially announced their relationship.

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