Liberal magazine The Cut, which published an in-depth interview with the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, in August targeted King Charles in a new article published online on Wednesday.
The latest piece from the New York branch titled: “King Charles’ reign of sedition has begun,” Which comes days before the Queen’s funeral scheduled for Monday.
The article cites reports that Charles had two “tantrums” in the days following his mother’s death. One was the report that he had walked out of a signing party in Northern Ireland when his pen leaked, and the other was when he raised his tails and hissed at his palace aides who had failed to move the box of pens from his table in a hurry. ”
The king apparently signaled to his aides to help him make room on a crowded desk.
The Cut goes on to report from Watchman Charles allegedly chose to tell nearly 100 employees he had let them go as he prepared to move to Buckingham Palace during a memorial service for his mother. A source told the newspaper: “Everyone is completely angry, including the private secretaries and the senior team.”
In August, Markle told The Cut that she and Prince Harry were “happy” to leave Britain and were “disturbing the hierarchy dynamic… just by being” before they gave up their position as frontline royals and moved to North America.
The latest attack from Charles III’s magazine comes less than a week after his mother’s death
The article concludes with one of Meghan Markle’s many unsubstantiated allegations against Charles, that he was a racist towards her son, Archie, and accusing him of “worldly cruelty” to his wife, Princess Diana.
Notoriously, shortly after the queen’s death, Cut published an article titled: “I will not weep over the death of a violent persecuted.”
The article was an interview with Carnegie Mellon Professor of Linguistics, Ojo Anya, who tweeted on Thursday: “I heard that the chief kings of a genocidal thief-rape empire is finally dying. I hope her pain is excruciating.
Anya told The Cut that the Queen was a “representative of a cult of white femininity”.
The Cut launched in 2008 as a division of New York Magazine and was transformed into a standalone brand in 2012. It is owned by Vox Media, which publishes titles such as Thrillist, Eater, and The Verge.
It has published such controversial pieces being removed as a 2018 article referring to Priyanka Chopra as a ‘global scam artist’ in connection with her relationship with Nick Jonas and an open forum for posting unconfirmed reports of sexual misconduct by men in the press.
Anya, a professor of applied linguistics at the University of Pittsburgh, is the daughter of a mother from Trinidad and a father from Nigeria.
She told NBC News that she was a “child of colonialism,” and that her view was shaped by Britain’s role in the Nigerian Civil War.
“My first memories were of living in a war-torn area, and the rebuilding still hasn’t finished today,” she said.
She defended her statements against the monarchy and added that the Queen was not exempt from decisions made by the British government “which she oversaw”.
“Queen Elizabeth was the representative of a cult of white femininity,” Anya said.
“There is an idea that she was a kind little old lady with her little hats and bags and her little dogs and everything, as if she inhabited this place or this space in the imagination, this general image, as someone who did not. She had a hand in spilling the blood of her crown.
“Queen Elizabeth was a representative of a cult of white femininity,” Ojo Anya, a professor of applied black linguistics at the University of Pittsburgh, said Friday.
Shortly before the Queen’s death was announced on Thursday, Anya tweeted that she hoped her death would be ‘painful’
In August, Markle told The Cut that what the couple asked for when they wanted financial freedom wasn’t to “reinvent the wheel.”
The article also heard from Harry suggesting that some members of the royal family are “unable to work and live together”, while Meghan revealed that her husband had told her he had “lost” his father, Prince Charles.
Meghan also said, “I’ll be back…on Instagram” – and Davis described her “eyes as bright and devilish.” It comes after she shut down all of her social media accounts ahead of her wedding to Harry in 2018. But at the bottom of the article, she says, “Later, Meghan relayed that she was no longer sure she would actually be back on Instagram.”
Meghan said she spoke to a member of the Lion King from South Africa in London in 2019 who told her: ‘When I married this family, we rejoiced in the streets as we did when Mandela was released from prison. ”
Meghan said she and Prince Harry were “happy” to leave Britain and were “disturbing the hierarchy dynamic… just by being” before they gave up their position as frontline royals and moved to North America.
Before releasing their interview, The Cut published an article titled: “People will accuse Meghan Markle of lying about anything.” This piece deals with Markle’s claim that there was a fire in Archie’s room before the royal couple previously attended an event, and cited the claims of several commentators that the event was an exaggeration.
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral procession is photographed making its way along The Royal Mile towards St Giles Cathedral on September 12
The British gathered in honor of the passage of the carriage carrying the Queen’s coffin on Monday
The Cut reported today that 41-year-old Meghan has listed “a handful of princes, princesses and dukes who have the same order they want,” although none of those royals are mentioned in the article.
Speaking to prominent New York writer Alison B. Davis, Megan said, “This, for whatever reason, is not something we are allowed to do, even though many other family members do exactly that.”
When asked “Why do you think that?” She simply replied, “Why do you think so?” ‘, with interviewer Davis saying that she said this “came straight back with side-eyes suggesting I should understand without having to ‘reported’”.
The article states that Harry and Meghan have suggested to “The Firm” that they should be allowed to work on behalf of the monarchy while making their own money, with the Duchess saying: “Then maybe all the noise will stop.”
The article reads: “They also thought it best to leave the UK (and the British press) to do so. They were willing to go to any Commonwealth, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, anywhere.”
“Anything for just… because once we were there, we were stymied by the hierarchy dynamic. So we go, ‘Okay, okay, let’s get out of here.’” So happy.
Meghan confirms that what they were asking was not to ‘reinvent the wheel’ and lists a handful of princes, princesses and dukes who had the same order they wanted.
“This, for whatever reason, is not something we are allowed to do, despite many other family members doing exactly that thing.”
‘Why do you think so? I ask. ‘Why do you think so?’ She says again with side eyes suggesting I should understand without having to tell me.
During the interview, the Duchess was asked if there would be forgiveness between her and her family, as well as between members of the royal family.
She told The Cut: “I think tolerance is really important. It takes a lot of energy to be intolerant. But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I really put in an active effort, especially knowing I could say anything.
The article also mentions Meghan’s estranged father Thomas Markle, a retired lighting manager now living in Mexico.
The report stated that Megan discussed how two families were being torn apart.
Meghan is quoted as saying: “Harry said to me, ‘I lost my father in the process.’ It doesn’t have to be the same for them as it was for me, but that’s his decision.