This is what Meghan Markle once hoped for her future mixed kids

Posted by Ria, 24 Dec

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Meghan Markle hopes that her future offsprings are born in a world where racism against mixed individuals doesn't exist. This she revealed in a 2012 campaign video that recently resurfaced. In the video, the  Duchess of Sussex discusses about being biracial hoping that her future kids will be born in a world that no longer discriminates against mixed children.  At the time she made the video, she hadn't met Prince Harry yet.

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In the video, which was part of  the 'I Won't Stand For…' a campaign that included former Suits co-star Patrick J Adams, Meghan is seen calling for an end to racial prejudice. She spoke at length about her experiences with racial slurs and having witnessed her mother being called the N-word.

She says: 'I am really proud of my heritage on both sides, I'm really proud of where I've come from and where I'm coming.

'But I hope by the time I have children that people are even more open-minded to how things are changing and that having a mixed world is what it's all about.

'Certainly it makes it a lot more beautiful and a lot more interesting.'

For Meghan, the campaign was very personal to her, since she is biracial, hoping for a better world.

Today, she, 38, has a 7-moth-old boy, Archie with her, now husband Prince Harry, 35.

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