Meghan Markle‘s mother is reportedly ready to open up about the racist abuse her daughter has suffered as a result of her royal relationship. Doria Ragland, 61, is said to be ready to share details of Ms Markle‘s struggle in a ‘groundbreaking’ interview with Oprah Winfrey.Ms Ragland, who will play a key role in her daughter’s wedding, was seen leaving the TV mogul’s $88million (£70million) California home last week. While the reason for the six-hour visit has not been confirmed, a US TV source has told the media that the pair were discussing ideas for a tell-all interview. The source said: ‘Oprah and Doria spent a long time chatting and they got on really well. The most important and significant issue they spoke about was race and how badly some people had reacted to Meghan and Harry.‘What happened to Meghan and Harry was disgusting and they and all of their families were horrified. It’s an issue close to both Doria and Oprah, who have both suffered racism.’ However the interview reportedly needs to be approved by Meghan, Harry and Buckingham Palace before it is recorded. Prince Harry, 33, slammed racist attacks on Ms Markle, 36, in a statement shortly after their relationship became public knowledge in 2016.In an unprecedented move, the royal said: ‘His girlfriend has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment. Some has been very public – the smear on the front page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comment pieces; and the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web comments.’Photo Credit: Getty

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