Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are having a great time in Montecito, California. This is evident from a major interview with the American magazine shearing. But a section of the article caused an uproar. Markle tells us how during the premiere of the live-action version of the king lion It was broken up by a South African actor. “He said to me, ‘I want you to know that when you get married there is joy in the streets, just as when Mandela was released from prison.'” Dr. John Kani, the only South African to be involved in the film, says he never met Markle.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle’s ups and downs about their exit a company, Their move to the United States, the security vulnerabilities associated with it and some unfortunate interviews are probably familiar to you. Meanwhile, the pair are doing better. This is evident from the cover story for shearing. They have all found their niche in Montecito. The children are fine. Prince Harry has found a local polo team where he can indulge his British hobby.
All goes well, is the content of the widget. It’s also minimized for a while and back to Markle’s somewhat miserable period after royal wedding, gossip and sometimes toxic newspapers. It has severely affected her sanity and finally even her mental health. “She is aware of what she has joined (So save the royal family.) means for the Black Britons, for whom she is a symbol of progress.” And although she tries to avoid articles about her, she knows that people see her that way. She remembers the premiere of the live version of the king lion. “I just gave birth to Archie, it was a horrible separation and I was afraid to go out.” But then it was dismantled by a Cast member from South Africa. And looking at me, it seemed to glow. And he said: I want you to know that when you get married there is joy in the streets, just as there was when Mandela was released from prison.” The author of the article notes that Markle in no way wishes to equate himself with the iconic statesman who put an end to apartheid in part through his struggle.
‘I’ve never met Meghan Markle’
The name of the representative in question was not mentioned. The author of the piece writes that it relates to a member of the cast the king lion And he is of South African descent. Only one voice actor meets these criteria: Dr. John Kani, who does the voice for my companion. What does it look like? The actor says: ‘I’ve never met Meghan Markle’ daily mail. “It looks like a slip Of which. I’m the only South African cast member and I haven’t been to the London premiere.” The actor says he is “surprised” by Markle’s bizarre claim, especially because royal wedding It did not stir up much controversy in South Africa.