The duo made bold claims about their time as senior members of the British royal family, including Meghan revealing that there were racist comments made about the color of their son’s skin before he was born, while the Duchess of Sussex also emotionally opened up about feeling suicidal and being told she could not seek help.
Several celebrities and public figures have shared their thoughts about the interview, with some very mixed responses flooding in. Hillary Clinton showed solidarity with Meghan and Harry, while First Lady Jill Biden also appeared to offer a subtle show of support. However, former America’s Got Talent judge Piers Morgan was very much on the opposite end of the scale, as was former President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr.
Beyoncé has joined the ranks of famous faces speaking out.
She proudly showed her support for Meghan Markle in a touching short, but sweet message posted to her website in March 2021. She wrote, “Thank you Meghan for your courage and leadership. We are all strengthened and inspired by you.” Beyoncé shared it alongside a photo of herself and Meghan smiling at one another