Henry Bolton, a British politician, is in quite the mess. His girlfriend, Jo Marney made racist remarks about Meghan Markle.
Text messages obtained by The Mail on Sunday, with who knows what means, on Sunday, January 14th, reveal what the former model thinks about Prince Harry’s bride-to-be. She describes her as someone who will “taint” the royal family with her “seed” and pave the way for a black king. She also said that the former Suits actress is “obsessed with race”, “a dumb little commoner” and a “dumb little ‘actress’ that no one had heard of” with a “tiny brain”. Not far from the truth, this just seems like something a bitter kid would say.
It’s the seed that produced this repulsive racist monster which taints Britain. Shameful. https://t.co/0HqcWxqdzO
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 14, 2018
After the person she was texting called her out for being racist, Maroney responded, “lol so what. Not wanting other races and cultures to invade your own culture doesn’t mean I hate their race. Just means I don’t want their cultures invading mine.”
Marney was then immediately suspended from the United Kingdom Independent Party after the story broke. Because some people get suspended when they say the racist thing, while others become president.
Bolton, 54, who is in charge of Ukip, is already facing a lot of criticism for his decision to leave the mother of his two children, Tatiana Smurnova, for Marney who he met in December. His new relationship with the 25-year-old former model has been a subject of scrutiny. And he will soon attend a meeting to determine his future at Ukip next Sunday.
In a statement to The Mail, Marney apologized and claimed her comments had been taken out of context, saying, “No offense was intended and, again, I apologize unreservedly for any such offense or hurt that my messages have caused to members of the public, members of Ukip, my friends, family and loved ones.”
This is not the first time Markle has faced racism and hate, due to the fact that she is biracial. In November 2016, shortly after they began dating, Prince Harry instructed Kensington Palace to issue a strongly worded statement in regards to a “wave of abuse and harassment,” that stated, “It is not right that a few months into a relationship with [Prince Harry] that Ms. Markle should be subjected to such a storm. He knows commentators will say this is ‘the price she has to pay’ and that ‘this is all part of the game.’ He strongly disagrees. This is not a game — it is her life and his.”
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) January 13, 2018
Harry and Markle announced their engagement at the end of November 2017. They plan to wed at Windsor Castle in May.