Harry and Meghan We Stand With You #blacklivesmatter


Best of Both Worlds

The UK truly missed a trick by not valuing both Meghan and Harry as assets to the UK

Harry & Meghan parents to 

Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor (born 6 May 2019) and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor (born 4 June 2021) is the son and daughter of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

Archie is 7th in line and Lilibet is 8th (updated Oct 2021) in line of succession to the British throne being great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II

Harry and Meghan We Stand With You #blacklivesmatter

BLACK LIVES MATTER ADDING OUR VOICE - Stop the Bigotry, Stop Prejudice Reporting  Perpetuating Racism in Britain!

STOP the RACISM - Whether it be Meghan Markle,  Black Sports Persons, Black Music Artist, Black Actors or Black People as a categorised race. STOP the RACISM, Stop the bias reporting!

Everything White is Not Fair or Right!!

9/3/2021 - Calling for the Society of Editors [@EditorsUK] to retract their statement that the press "is most certainly not racist." Dismissing complaints of racism from a woman of colour damages the fight against prejudice in the press


After much internal argument and dispute, @EditorsUK puts out a new statement clarifying its position. No mention of an apology, No mention of 'bigotry', - Update: Ian Murray has since resigned 10/03/2021

Editors boss Ian Murray resigns

The executive director  of an industry body, Society of Editors for the UK press has resigned after a row over its reaction to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's comments about racism in the media. - www.bbc.co.uk/news/ianmurray

Some examples of racism; prejudiced and bias reporting in the press


  • The MailOnline refers to Meghan Markle as “(almost) straight outta Compton”: 



  • The MailOnline refers to Meghan Markle’s “rich, exotic DNA”:



  • Evidence of double standards between Meghan and her white counterpart, Kate Middleton: 


Patrick Hutchinson and Prince Harry discuss how to further anti-racism | British GQ

Published: 26 Oct 2020 

One of the defining moments of this year’s Black Lives Matter renaissance was Patrick Hutchinson lifting a white counter-protestor out of harm’s way. Prince Harry spoke with Hutchinson about both their journeys and what we need to do next to further anti-racism.


Queen Elizabeth Supports Black Lives Matter Movement 


Sir Ken Olisa

Lord-Lieutenant for London

The House of Windsor

Inside News!

The Royal family Supports


Topic in the House of Windsor 

The Queen Elizabeth II Supports

Black Lives Matter Movement

09 September 2021

The Queen and the royal family are supporters of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, one of Her Majesty’s representatives has said.

Sir Ken Olisa, the first black Lord-Lieutenant for London revealed on film to Channel 4 that he had discussed the topic of racism with members of the royal household in the wake of George Floyd’s murder in the US and civil protest worldwide, May 2020.

In an interview with the broadcaster, he said: “I have discussed with the royal household this whole issue of race particularly in the last 12 months since the George Floyd incident".

He went on to say “It’s a hot conversation topic. The question is what more can we do to bind society to remove these barriers."

“They [the royals] care passionately about making this one nation bound by the same values.”

Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE, the first black Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, stressed that the Royal Family and household support the Black Lives Matter movement.

Profiled on the official website of his Whitehall-based Lieutenancy office, Sir Ken acts as ‘Her Majesty’s representative in Greater London and is charged with upholding the dignity of the Crown’. Kenneth Olisa spoke to Channel 4 as part of the Black to Front Project, a dedicated roster of broadcasting on 10 September 2020 focused on ‘Black presenters, actors, writers and experts, contributors, and programme-makers.’

#PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Talk Black Lives Matter

After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did their first joint call discussing Black Lives Matter, Sangita Patel, Graeme O'Neil, and Keshia Chante react during "ET Canada Live"

Sentebale is a charity founded by

The Duke of Sussex and Prince Seeiso in 2006 following Prince Harry’s gap year to Lesotho in 2004.

Meghan Markle Speaks Out on Racism in Resurfaced PSA

The Duchess of Sussex opens up about her own experience with racism in a 2012 campaign that resurfaced in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

Meghan Markle’s moving speech on Black Lives Matter - Full Speech

FULL SPEECH - Meghan Markle’s moving speech on Black Lives Matter #PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle #BlackLives

Youtube published: 21 Oct2020