Tweet about raising girls to be like a queen instead of Meghan sparks debate

All eyes are on the British Royal Family as Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations continue throughout the weekend.

The Queen’s 70th anniversary on the throne is not just a historic event that will likely never happen again. But it’s also Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first public appearance since March 2020 with the rest of the royal family.

Following the couple’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, members of the public have become obsessed with palace intrigue surrounding the couple and their royal relatives.

One writer offered some advice on royal role models on June 2, the day of Trooping the Color.

“Raise your daughters to be like Queen Elizabeth, not Meghan Markle,” he tweeted. The statement has been posted almost 24,000 times at the time of writing and has sparked thousands of comments in response.

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Meghan Markle leaves St. Paul’s Cathedral following a Thanksgiving service in honor of the platinum anniversary on June 3. Queen Elizabeth II stands on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping the Color on June 4th. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images ) (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)
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One user, @flowerlady61, agreed with Adams. “[Meghan is] an ungrateful viper of a daughter,” she wrote. “And her fans will label any criticism of her as racist, which is so predictable and tiresome. She treated her father and Harry’s family with great disrespect.”

But some, like @clinicalchilly, have championed Markle. “Meghan has a double major from the North West, which is one of the hardest universities to get into. She is extremely successful in her chosen career. I would be more than happy,” they wrote.

Another typical reaction was people pointing out skeletons in the Windsor family’s closet. Many brought up Prince Andrew’s recent settlement with Virginia Roberts Giuffre after she accused him of rape, allegations he has consistently denied.

“Raise your sons like Prince Harry, not like Prince Andrew!” @RikThomas4 shot back.

Others focused on Queen Elizabeth II’s privilege. “Yes, it is far better for your daughter to inherit your lands, castles and titles than to make a career and then marry a prince…” wrote @SantaInc. “Oh, I’m sorry, you have no lands, castles or titles? Too bad, old boy…”

Despite the protests, the almost 24,000 likes of Adams’ tweet prove that some people agree with him.

Adams himself is a Trump-backed conservative author who was born in Australia but primarily comments on American politics.

Adams’ political career began as an activist for the Young Liberal Party in Sydney, where he was eventually elected as a councilor for Ashfield in western Sydney.

He became Australia’s youngest deputy mayor in 2005 when he offered to help stem the spread of bird flu by recommending the annihilation of pigeons on council.

The party suspended him in 2009 after his verbal tirade against a journalist was broadcast on TV.

He tweeted about Markle again over the anniversary weekend, writing, “There are prenups because of women like Amber Heard and Meghan Markle.”

The jubilee celebrations will continue throughout the weekend and on Sunday 5th June there will be thousands of jubilee dinners across the country to celebrate the Queen’s reign.

According to the royal family’s website, more than 60,000 people have signed up for these luncheons.

The long weekend will conclude with the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, designed to reflect iconic moments from the Queen’s reign and British society over the past seven decades.

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Rick Schindler

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