Ime Bishop Umoh, better known as Okon Lagos, is deeply troubled over what will be the outcome of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s relationship.
In recent times, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband, Prince Harry, the Duke, had abdicated Royal Family and had granted interview to Oprah Winfrey on why they left Buckingham Palace for US.
Taking to Instagram, Okon Lagos said he hopes what his mind is telling him does not manifest in their relationship, wondering what will happen if Meghan divorces Prince Harry.
He said Meghan is “older, was married before, street wiser, more experienced,” describing Meghan as the “river” and Harry, the “log.”
The Nollywood actor, therefore, advised people not to fall in love with someone who “stands to lose nothing” when they themselves stand to “lose everything.”
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle’s father has granted an interview in reaction to his daughter’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Thomas Markle Sr. appeared on Good Morning Britain today, March 9, where his words made it clear he was on the side of the Royal Family.
Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, Thomas Markle reacted to each claim Meghan made during her interview with Oprah.
On Meghan being suicidal and having no one to help her, Thomas Markle said his daughter didn’t have anyone to turn to because she has shut her family out.
He said: “She’s pretty much ghosted all of her family, on her mother’s side and my side, so she really has no one to reach out to.”
Reacting to Meghan’s claim that there were concerns about her son’s skin tone and how dark he might be when he’s born, Thomas Markle said he didn’t think it’s as serious as Meghan is making it seem.
He said, “I have great respect for the royals and I don’t think the British Royal family are racists, or I don’t think the British are racist.
“I think Los Angeles is racist, California is racist (where Meghan lives now), but I don’t think the British are,” Markle remarked.