Meghan's Nightmare! Princess Michael Wears Racist Symbol At Lunch With Markle
While Meghan Markle continues to receive warm welcomes into the royal family, there's one resident of the Kensington Palace who might not be too keen on Prince Harry's fiancee — Princess Michael of Kent AKA "Princess Pushy"! Princess Michael, who sources say is "not well liked and is very manipulative," is also known for her rather racist antics. RadarOnline.com has obtained exclusive photos of the royal rolling up to Queen Elizabeth’s annual pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday sporting a hugely inappropriate brooch said to depict Africans in subservient roles. What's more — Princess Michael reportedly spoke with Prince Harry's biracial bride-to-be at the event, which raises the question — did Markle actually come face-to-face with this pin? Click through to see the disturbing images and to find out more about Princess Pushy's controversial past.
Princess Michael, who is married to Prince Michael of Kent and lives at Kensington Palace with Markle, has been exposed for her alleged racist tendencies in the past. In 2004, she reportedly told black diners at a restaurant to “go back to the colonies.”
Royal insiders tell RadarOnline.com both Michael and Markle live at the Palace but hadn’t even met until yesterday.
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While it remains unclear if Markle knew about the Princess' history of racist accusations, the source insists Princess Pushy absolutely knows that the Suits actress is mixed race.
"You’d think a member of the royal family would know better than to wear jewelry like that in general," the informant snipes, "but particularly at an event where Prince Harry’s biracial fiancée was meeting the extended family for the first time."
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