Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, March 12
Kangana Ranaut has shared her views on the Meghan Markle and Prine Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. Kangana said that she hasn’t watched the interview, but she was supportive of Queen Elizabeth II.
Notably, Meghan and Harry have not said anything against the Queen during the interview.
“For few past days, people gossiped, judged, online lynched a family based on one sided story at the cost of a family, I never saw the interview as sass, bahu, sajish type stuff never excites me. All I want to say is one woman the only ruling Monarch left on this globe,” Kangana wrote.
The actress also shared a picture collage of the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla; Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton; and Harry and Meghan.
For few past days, people gossiped, judged, online lynched a family based on one sided story at the cost of a family, I never saw the interview as sass, bahu, sajish type stuff never excites me. All I want to say is one woman the only ruling Monarch left on this globe (cont) pic.twitter.com/1RNlz9QND1
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 12, 2021
“May not be an ideal MIL/wife/sister, but she is a great Queen, she carried forward her father’s dream, saved the crown better than any son could have. We can’t play every role to perfection even if we excel at one should be enough. She saved the crown. Let her retire like a Queen,” she added.
In the interview, Meghan and Harry made several shocking revelations. Meghan, whose mother is Black and father is white, said while she was pregnant with Archie there were “concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born.”
Harry also laid bare how distant he had become from the other members of his family, saying his father had stopped taking his calls at one point, and that there was “space” in his relationship with William.
“Much will continue to be said about that … as I said before, you know, I love William to bits, he’s my brother, we’ve been through hell together, and we have a shared experience,” he said. “But we’re on different paths.”
The interview, watched by 12.4 million viewers in Britain and 17.1 million in the United States, has proved divisive among the British public.