The royal couple, Meghan and Harry, has directed the Commonwealth to admit it’s past businesses to embrace equality, even if it shames the foundation. As the duo interacted with the budding leaders via video-link from the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, their remarks made ITV Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan furious about the matter who claimed that the couple was purposely initiating a conflict with Her Majesty.
Stretching the battle
The anchor kicked off a controversy alleging, “..if they’re going to start attacking the Commonwealth, and the Queen is the head of the Commonwealth, then they’re picking a proper political fight. Therefore they put themselves back in the news agenda.”
He further went on saying, “Then what will happen is they’re going to get, in my view, rightly criticised for some of the things they’re saying here. They will then play the victim and say ‘how dare you to criticise us’. And so the circus goes on.”
Backing the claim
Agreeing with his statements, Daily Mail editor Andrew Pierce asked the pair to “do a bit of” research before delivering a speech about the organization as he claimed that Commonwealth was established to “atone for the sins of the British Empire”.
Confessing the committed lags
While Prince Harry discussed Commonwealth’s chronicled injustices in the earlier days, he suggested acknowledging things is the only way to “ move forward”.
He further explained the cause saying, “So many people have done such an incredible job of acknowledging the past and trying to right those wrongs, but I think we all acknowledge there is so much more still to do.” The only motive is to benefit people on the go.
His wife, however, added, “…it’s only in pushing through that discomfort that we get to the other side of this and find the place where a high tide raises all ships.” Lastly, that defines “Equality” as “a fundamental human right.”