Meghan and Harry put possible hidden message for Queen in new statement

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's newly-released statement may contain a hidden message for the Queen, it has been reported.

The Sussexes are currently taking a break to spend time with Lilibet "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California last month.

And during their break, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's non-profit Archewell has written a call to action on their website for people to share stories of compassion.

Their article added that compassion has the ability to help the "world become a better place".

The statement said: "To us, compassion means more than the dictionary definition.

"It means listening with open ears to the suffering and celebrations of communities and people beyond ourselves."

The statement went on: "It means taking the time to understand their perspectives, experiences, and needs based on what they say, rather than assuming what they need.

"It means uplifting diverse voices and giving a platform to people to share their stories. It means taking that newfound understanding and empathy and channeling it into action for people who need it the most.

"Each time someone conducts an act of compassion — whether it’s mentoring a young woman or holding space for someone having a difficult day — our world becomes a better place.

"Compassion is at the core of everything we do. We hope you’ll join us in building a better world, one act of compassion at a time."

According to the Daily Express, Harry and Meghan's comments could be seen to have a hidden message for the royals.

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In their controversial bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview, the Duchess of Sussex said she was not listened to by the Palace when she was left suicidal by online trolling.

She said: "I went to the institution, and I said that I needed to go somewhere to get help.

"I said that, ‘I’ve never felt this way before, and I need to go somewhere’.

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"And I was told that I couldn’t, that it wouldn’t be good for the institution."

Asked if he would have told other members of the Royal Family that Meghan needed help, Harry said: "That’s just not a conversation that would be had."

The Duke of Sussex also accused the Palace of "total neglect" in his Apple TV documentary series, The Me You Can't See.

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