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Meghan Markle Breaks Silence As Kate Middleton and William Issues Major Statement

Meghan Markle has finally spoken out about her new “big title” with an unexpected reaction following Princess Kate and Prince William’s recent statement.

During her tour of Nigeria with Prince Harry, Meghan received the traditional Yoruba name Adetokunbo, an honor that left her “deeply humbled.” T

he Duchess of Sussex, who discovered through a DNA test that she is 43 percent Nigerian, embarked on a three-day visit to Nigeria last month to continue their work around the Duke’s Invictus Games.

In a letter to the Oluwu of Iso, Oba Abdulrosheed Akanbi, Meghan expressed her gratitude: “I am deeply humbled by your blessing of the traditional Yoruba name, Adetokunbo.

I treasure the name and appreciate your trust in me to carry it with grace and dignity.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited by Nigeria’s highest-ranking military official, Christopher Musa. Harry joined Meghan in Nigeria after attending an Invictus Games service in the UK.

At the Nigerian Defence Headquarters, Meghan signed a guest book, thanking officials for “welcoming me home.”

Meghan’s heartfelt words and acknowledgment of her new title came to public attention at the same time as an emotional statement from the Prince and Princess of Wales.

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Kate and William paid tribute to Rob Burrow, an English professional rugby league footballer who passed away on Sunday after a four-and-a-half-year battle with motor neurone disease.

Their statement conveyed love and admiration for Burrow, highlighting his enduring legacy and courage.

As Meghan embraces her heritage and new title, and Kate and William honor a beloved sports figure, both royal couples continue to capture public attention with their meaningful actions and statements.

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