“We forgot our humanity.” Meghan Markle: She was subjected to hateful abuse on the Internet

Meghan Markle, wife of British Prince Harry W., saidDuchess of Sussex She was subjected to “hateful” online abuse while pregnant with her two children, criticizing the toxic atmosphere and lack of humanity on online platforms and some media outlets.

Meghan married Harry, the second son of King Charles, in 2018 and they had two children, Archie (four years old) and Lilibet (two years old).

“We forgot our humanity”

“The bulk of the bullying and abuse I was exposed to on social media and the Internet was when I was pregnant with Archie and Lily, or with a baby,” Meghan said at an event during the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, on Friday.

She continued: “You think about it and you really realize why people are so hateful… In the digital space and certain sectors of the media we have forgotten our humanity, and that has to change.”

Harry and Meghan had disclosed the difficulties they faced because they were part of… British royal familyespecially after they stepped down from their royal duties and moved to live in California, a decision Harry said he made to protect his family.

tough times

Meghan’s appearance comes during a difficult time for the royal family, as King Charles was diagnosed with cancer while Kate, the wife of William, Harry’s older brother, is recovering from surgery.

Earlier last month, Prince Harry lost his legal appeal against the British government’s decision to lift police protection for him while he was in Britain.

Harry stayed, Youngest son of King Charlesfiled a lawsuit against the government in the Supreme Court in London, after the Ministry of the Interior decided in February 2020 to stop providing him with personal security guards during his stay in Britain.

Harry, along with other senior members of the royal family, received full security protection funded from the state’s general budget before he stepped down from his royal duties and moved to California with his American wife, Meghan, in March 2020.

After obtaining permission for a judicial review of that decision, his lawyers said at a hearing in December that withdrawing protection exposed him to unlawful, unfair and unjustified treatment.

A government spokesman said: “We are pleased that the court has ruled in favor of the government’s position in this case, and we are carefully considering our next steps. It would be inappropriate to comment further” on the matter, adding that the security protection system is “meticulous and consistent.”

The ruling represents Prince Harry’s second legal defeat over the issue of his security, after the High Court ruled against him in a separate appeal of the government’s refusal to allow him to pay for police protection himself.

The prince has often spoken of his fears for his family’s safety, and occasionally attacks press intrusion, which he holds responsible for his mother’s death Princess Dianawho was killed in a car accident while fleeing pursuing paparazzi in Paris in 1997.

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