After Supposedly Offending Natives, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Invited to Honor Them

Published 02/12/2023, 10:30 PM EST

Meghan Markle once said that there had been no guidance about how things are done in the castle, leading her to become a subject of mass scrutiny. Two years outside of the castle seems like Markle still hasn’t received any guidance as the couple is to date ruffling all the wrong feathers. The latest outrage comes from a Native American community. However, it isn’t what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have said or done, but instead, something that they have used.

The couple’s $21 million dollar Montecito house has always been a subject of discussion, but never like this. Seems like the water the Sussexes are using to water the plants in their garden luscious is no ordinary water.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in trouble with the natives

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a home in Montecito after leaving their lavish residence in Britain, a ten-room antique architectural masterpiece, Frogmore Cottage, where they may stay should they attend the coronation. However, the mansion in Montecito was not short of extraordinary and was even described

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to be freeing by the Duchess of Sussex. The royal couple built a beautiful home, complete with a coop for the hens that the duchess rescued. This exhilarating quality that the mansion possessed is linked to the land that it is built on.

Montecito was home to one of the oldest North American tribes, home to more than thousands belonging to Chumash. A member of the Barbareño-Ventureño band of the Chumash Tribe by the name of Eleanor Fishburn has questioned the water being used by the residents. His concern: the water being used holds religious significance for the people of his tribe.

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For us, this water is a pure water, a holy water and a ceremonial water,she told Sun. Although she did not name Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and raised concerns over the water used by all Montecito residents, as once representative of the British Royal family, they are still expected to be flag-bearers of inclusivity and equality.

The Sussexes receive an invitation from the natives

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the only semblances of aristocracy in Montecito. And while their use of the Chumash Tribe’s holy water may have hurt Eleanor Fishburn, she is not one to discard a golden opportunity.

Therefore, she was hoping that the Sussexes could speak up and spread awareness about the tribe’s centuries-long influence in Montecito. “It would be great if they came so we could explain our history and culture and let them know about how sacred the water is to us,” she said.

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Do you think Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will right the wrongs by accepting the invitation? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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Aliza Siddiqui

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Meet Aliza Siddiqui, a Hollywood News reporter at Netflix Junkie. Her love affair with Hollywood began with Anne Hathaway and The Princess Diaries, but it was the thrilling climax of Don’t Look Up that cemented her infatuation with the industry and its filmmaking. Aliza's journey into entertainment reporting began with her time at Otakukart, where she wrote over a thousand articles.

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