People are comparing Meghan and Harry's Megxit to a horror movie and it makes perfect sense

Evie Breese@Evie_Breese
Friday 10 January 2020 13:15
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Is the 2017 thriller about a white woman who brings her black boyfriend home to meet her family to blame for planting a seed in the royal couple’s minds? People on Twitter seem to think so.

Here’s the evidence.

When Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) aka Megan, and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams) aka Harry, reach the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend getaway with her family, aka the Royal Family at aka Buckingham Palace.

And things start to get creepy.

To begin with, Rose's hypnotist mother loves tea...


...And clearly so does Harry’s grandma.

When the couple’s engagement was announced back in 2018, Meghan’s friends were probably a little skeptical of the new life she was embarking on.


It’s been pretty apparent from the start that certain people have struggled to get their head around the first royal interracial relationship, and Meghan has endured vile attacks left, right and centre.

For a while, she put up with it, with the strength of a true Queen.


But when it started to become clear that a happily ever after may not be on the cards for the tabloid-plagued couple, Meghan wanted out.


When Harry and Meghan said they are going to step back from royal duties, did they mean step back to the sunken place? Maybe.


Buckingham Palace were not impressed with the duo’s exit plan, and in a reply statement, said that “these are complicated issues that will take time to work through.”

Basically, Harry and Megan, they’re coming for you.


At the end of the day, this princess is a fighter, and she’s getting out alive.


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