Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, on the website of their charity Archewell, urged people to share their stories about showing compassion. Experts believe the action contained a hidden message to Elizabeth II.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have now fully decided to devote their time to their newborn daughter Lilibeth. However, according to insiders, Meghan Markle can’t sit back even during her maternity leave and has decided to send a secret message to the Queen.
On the nonprofit Archewell’s website, in a special section of Archewell Productions, ordinary people are sharing their stories of compassion. The very first story is published on behalf of the Archewell team.
“For us, compassion means more than a dictionary definition. It means being able to discern people’s suffering. It means taking the time to understand their needs based on what they say, rather than assuming what they need,” the article says.
“Every time someone shows compassion – helping a young woman with advice or giving way to a tired person – our world becomes a better place.
Compassion is at the heart of everything we do. We hope that you will join us in building a better world if you show someone compassion at least once every day,” the authors of the story urged.
The experts clearly saw in this text an implicit message to the royal family, because in a sensational interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan was just talking about the lack of any compassion from the royal family. Elizabeth II did not support the Duchess when she was driven to suicide attempt by trolling online.
“I said: “I’ve never experienced this before, I need outside help.” And I was told I couldn’t do it because I would hurt the family’s reputation,” Meghan told Oprah.
And Prince Harry himself, in his documentary series “My Invisible Side” on Apple TV, accused the royal family of “total neglect.” By the way, the online series, where Harry is the executive producer, collected stories from around the world that help fix a person’s mental state, give hope and faith in themselves.