Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Africa Visit Sparks Controversy Over ‘In-Law’ Remarks

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are facing criticism for their remarks during a visit to Africa, with some accusing them of insensitivity.

The couple, known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, traveled to Nigeria for a cultural exchange. During a special appearance at the Lagos State Government House, Harry referred to the locals as his in-laws, a comment that drew attention given Meghan’s revelation in a 2023 podcast that she is 43% Nigerian.

Addressing the gathering, Harry bypassed formalities, declaring, “I’ll skip the protocol because at this point we’re all family. Thank you for welcoming my wife and myself to Nigeria.” He expressed gratitude for a naming ceremony, admitting surprise at being involved but acknowledging the significance of the moment alongside Meghan.

Critics were quick to point out Harry’s strained relationship with Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, highlighting what they saw as hypocrisy. One commenter remarked on social media, “He’s so eager to embrace a new family that he ignores the one he already has. He disowned his own family but claims to have in-laws here.” Another accused Harry of neglecting Meghan’s father, who reportedly sought reconciliation. A third commenter lamented, “He seems to have lost touch with reality.”

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