Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle reportedly won’t be inheriting a dime from Queen Elizabeth’s $500 million estate.
According to Finurah, Meghan allegedly won’t be receiving anything from the Queen’s $500 million estate, which includes jewels, art, investments and real estate properties, such as Balmoral Castle in Scotland and Sandringham House in England. She and her one-year-old daughter, Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, were reportedly excluded from getting Queen Elizabeth’s 300 individualized jewels because “they’re not members of the royal family anymore,” an insider allegedly said.
The Duchess Of Sussex and her husband, Prince Harry–the Duke Of Sussex–also have a three-year-old son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
On the other hand, Princess of Wales Kate Middleton is set to inherit $110 million worth of the British monarch’s jewelry. A source allegedly told Radar that she’s the “family favorite.”
“Kate is clearly the family favorite,” the source said.
The unnamed individual also told Radar that Queen Elizabeth allegedly changed her will at the last minute to spite Meghan and now-Queen Consort Camilla Bowles, who is also set to receive nothing.
Meghan and Harry’s two children are reportedly entitled to inherit the royal titles of prince and princess, it’s up to now-King Charles III to decide if they’ll gain them. Currently, most of Queen Elizabeth’s personal estate will be inherited by her son, King Charles.
On September 8, Buckingham Palace announced that the longstanding British Queen had died after a bout with a short illness. While the world has been mourning her death, Black people wasted no time reminding everyone how her reign impacted those of African descent.
“Reminder that Queen Elizabeth is not a remnant of colonial times. She was an active participant in colonialism. She actively tried to stop independence movements & she tried to keep newly independent colonies from leaving the Commonwealth. The evil she did was enough,” Twitter user @YaaAsantewaaBa tweeted that day.
News Onyx reported that Blacks of the diaspora’s disdain for the Queen is rooted in Britain’s colonization of their people and homelands. The British not only played a vital role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade, but they also colonized 30% of Africa and had a firm grip on the Caribbean since the 1600s.