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Meghan Markle breaks silence as King Charles snubs Prince Harry

Meghan Markle said: “There is no need to suffer in silence. Just make sure you take care of yourself.

Meghan Markle breaks silence as King Charles snubs Prince Harry

Meghan Markle released her first public statement two days after King Charles and the royal family snubbed her husband Prince Harry during his visit to the United Kingdom.

Royal expert Cameron Walker shared the video message from Meghan Markle’s visit to Nigeria on his X, formerly Twitter.

In her meaningful message, Meghan Markle said: “Just be honest with each other. There is no need to suffer in silence. Just make sure you take care of yourself.

Archie and Lilibet’s doting mother was speaking to students at Wuse Lightway Academy after arriving in Abuja with Harry.

Meghan says: “As I look around this room, I see myself in all of you too. So it’s a real honor to have our first visit to Nigeria, to be here with all of you.

“We believe in all of you, we believe in your future, we believe in your ability to continue to tell your stories and be honest with each other. There is no need to suffer in silence. Just make sure you take care of yourself.

Meghan’s remarks came after King Charles reportedly snubbed Harry during the Duke’s trip to the UK.

Prince Harry’s spokesperson said of King Charles’ meeting with the Duke: “In response to numerous inquiries and continued speculation about whether or not the Duke will meet his father during his stay at the United Kingdom, this will unfortunately not be possible due to Her Majesty’s full schedule.

“The Duke of course understands his father’s commitments diary and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.”