Today, all world leaders will gather for an extraordinary meeting in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss the extremely hard life of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, explained yesterday in a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey the difficulties of her life as a working royal.
Meghan, an American former actress, said she was forced to suppress her outspoken nature and give up her personal freedom. Megan said she did not have access to her passport, driver’s license or keys after she joined the royal family, and they were only returned when the couple moved away.
Already last night, right after the news of the hard life of Meghan became public, several world leaders announced that they were very worried about what had happened.
Fight against coronavirus pandemic must wait its’ turn
World leaders all agreed that other insignificant problems, like worldwide fight against pandemic caused by coronavirus COVID-19 or climate change just have to wait, until the whole world deals with serious problems.
“Shock, complete shock!” said Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany when asked about her first emotions after hearing Megan and Harry’s interview. “I was just asleep when the news reached me and I can honestly say, there are still tears in my eyes,” Merkel continued.
“The situation today is critical and there are almost no good solutions on the table,” Merkel worried after arriving to Davos.
President Biden is also concerned
The concern of the German Chancellor is shared by the President of the United States Joe Biden. “Although on a global scale it may seem that the hard life of working royal Meghan should be British concern only, we should not forget that when a butterfly flies its wings in Europe, it creates a storm in America,” Biden said.
“So, we all are in the opposite situation today – if Meghan and Prince Harry are having hard times in their life, then who knows what the economic and political consequences might be here in United States,” is Biden worried.
An extraordinary meeting of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, begins today and will not be disbanded until a mutually satisfactory solution is found. Until a solution is found, other insignificant problems like fight against coronavirus and climate change will be suspended worldwide was reported from Davos.
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