Meghan Markle's youth beau: It's 'magnificent' she stood up against royals

 Meghan Markle's youth beau: It's 'magnificent' she stood up against royals 

Meghan Markle's youth sweetheart applauded the Duchess of Sussex for "valiantly" giving a bomshell meeting to Oprah Winfrey. 

Entertainer Joshua Silverstein — who says he gave Markle her first kiss at 13 years old and dated her for a late spring — was intrigued by Markle's fervently discussed meet close by spouse Ruler Harry, which included claims of prejudice against the Castle. 

At whatever point ethnic minorities stand in opposition to mistreatment and prejudice, truly there's an immense kickback so the reality she got up and talked about that in any event, realizing it could make a ton of strain among her and her family, I felt that was truly bold on her part," Silverstein as of late said on ITV's "Lorraine," as per the Day by day Mail. 

Silverstein, who is presently hitched and a dad, too 

"The reality Meghan can get on television and valiantly talk about that is great." 

Markle, whose mother is African-American, addressed Winfrey about the numerous troubles she encountered as a senior individual from the illustrious family in the wake of wedding Harry in 2018. 

During the stunner talk with, Markle, 39, guaranteed that while she was pregnant with child Archie, "concerns" were raised over how dull the youngster's skin may be. 

Winfrey later said that Harry disclosed to her neither Sovereign Elizabeth II nor Ruler Philip were associated with those discussions, however said he wouldn't name who was. 

Because of the meeting, Harry's more established sibling, Sovereign William, openly said the royals "are a lot of not a bigoted family." 

Buckingham Royal residence likewise delivered a proclamation following the hazardous meeting, noticing the "issues raised, especially that of race, are disturbing" however "memories may differ." 

Harry, a day and a half, with his family in the UK a month ago for Philip's burial service. He has since returned stateside and as of late broadcasted his own complaints about regal life on Dax Shepard's "Easy chair Master" digital recording.