Meghan’s Mother Might Have A Groundbreaking Interview With Oprah Where She Will Open Up About Daughter’s Racist Abuse
Meghan Markle's mother is ready to talk.
Doria Ragland wants the world to know about the racist abuse her daughter has to deal with after her relationship with royal prince became public.
It looks like the 61-year-old is ready to share the gory details of Meghan’s struggle in a 'groundbreaking' interview with TV mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Ragland played a special role in her daughter’s wedding, as she traveled in the car with her to Windsor Castle on the morning of the big day.
Doria was spotted leaving Oprah’s $88 million mansion in California. The reason for her visit that lasted for six hours has not been confirmed yet, but the two women might have discussed ideas for a tell-all interview.
Doria's concers refer to the racist attacks 36-year-old Markle and her 33-year-old fiancé have experienced after making their relationship official.
Some has been very public – the smear on the front page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comment pieces; and the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web comments.
Harry and Meghan even faced an anthrax scare this year, when a letter with white powder was sent to St. James Palace addressed to the engaged couple. Police thought the incident to be 'a racist hate crime', raising security concerns at Harry and Meghan's wedding.
Whether Doria and Oprah agreed on an interview or not, Ragland needs to get an approval from Meghan, Harry, and Buckingham Palace before it is recorded.