Princess Michael apologizes for wearing 'racist' blackamoor brooch to meet Meghan Markle


On Wednesday, all eyes were on Meghan Markle as she made her first royal holiday appearance.

"Whenever I'm out random people will approach me and tell me that I look like "the girl from Suits" or 'Prince Harry's new fiancée.' I was once mistaken for her while shopping at the mall with a friend of mine".

Update 12/22: A rep for Princess Michael of Kent says she's "very sorry and distressed" that she wore the blackamoor brooch to the Queen's Christmas luncheon, TMZ reports.

Pointing out the brooch, Lainey Gossip wrote: 'While they were speaking, do you think Meghan noticed the brooch that Princess Michael of Kent was wearing?

Newly engaged Markle and fiance Prince Harry have been the subjects of many racist remarks throughout the course of their relationship, which the former has called "disheartening".

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A close-up of Princess Michael's brooch.Splash News Awam Amkpa, associate professor of Drama and Africana Studies at NYU, confirmed that Princess Michael's brooch is indeed a Blackamoor.

Princess Michael of Kent attended the Queen's Christmas lunch wearing what appears to be a Blackamoor brooch.

It is believed to be the first time the 72-year-old royal and Markle, whose mother is black, have met.

Markle, 36, has been open about her cultural heritage, telling the world that she is "bi-racial". If Markle's engagement photo dress was any indication, her wedding dress is going to be beyond stunning! While I could say Pennsylvania and OH, and continue this proverbial two-step, I instead give them what they're after: 'My dad is Caucasian and my mom is African American.

After the uproar over her brooch, Princess Michael's spokesman released a statement expressing remorse and vowed never to wear the blackamoor brooch again. I wanted to be a writer. The princess added of her trip to Africa, "I had this adventure with these absolutely adorable, special people and to call me racist: it's a knife through the heart because I really love these people". I wanted experiences from Cape Town to right up in northern Mozambique.