Meghan Markle’s Childhood Boyfriend is Told by a TV Host He’s the infamous ‘One Who Got Away.’
The interview between Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex with Oprah Winfrey is still a subject of discussion among royal watchers. Lorraine Kelly, the host of the morning show Lorraine Kelly, wanted to interview Meghan’s ex-boyfriend and get his perspective on what she had to say about her life as a senior royal. Kelly, on the other hand, shocked viewers when she said she felt the duchess’s childhood beau was “the one that got away.”
Continue reading to learn more about the interview and how fans responded to the host’s remark.
Meghan’s ex thanked her for her Oprah Winfrey interview.
Megan and Harry said during their interview with Oprah that members of the royal family were concerned about their son’s skin color before he was born. Kelly spoke with Joshua Silverstein, who dated Meghan when they were both 13 years old, on May 18. He praised the duchess for saying what she did to Lady O.
“Whenever people of color speak out against injustice and prejudice, there is a massive backlash, so the fact that she stood up and talked about it even though she knew it would cause a lot of friction between her and her family, I thought that was really brave of her,” Silverstein said. “It’s incredible that Meghan would go on TV and bravely chat about that.”
“The issues posed, especially the issue of race, are concerning,” the palace said in response to the accusation. Although some recollections can differ, they are all taken seriously and will be discussed privately by the family.”
Kelly said that Silverstein was the “one who got away.” brows furrowed
Kelly said something unexpected to Silverstein and the viewers during their Zoom talk when she said, “I know [Meghan’s] got a prince, but I really think you’re the one who got away Joshua.” “I think Meghan and Harry make an incredible couple [and]I certainly could not have…,” Silverstein chuckled before responding. This is a condensed version of the plot. I hope you found it entertaining.