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Champion boxer David Haye, 40, has weighed in on Megxit, which saw Meghan Markle, 39, and her husband Prince Harry, 36, quitting their lives in the Royal Family in favour of a move away to America with their son Archie. The couple then stunned the world with their revelations about their negative experiences as Senior Royals in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

It comes after David, who currently manages fellow boxer Dereck Chisora, shared his joy over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tying the knot in 2018, branding the wedding a defining moment for Britain.

When quizzed on what he thought about Harry and Meghan’s explosive chat with Oprah, David admitted that although he hadn’t had a chance to watch it yet, he felt the couple couldn’t live their lives trying to please everybody.

Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, David said: “I haven’t seen it, it’s one of those things that I’ve been meaning to watch. 

“I’m going to watch it when I’ve got some time. 

“As long as they’re happy, whatever makes people happy, makes them happy, and sometimes what makes people happy makes everyone else sad. 

“But you can’t live your life trying to make the rest of the world happy.”

David added: “You’ve got to do what’s best for you and your family.

“And if that is moving to Timbuktu, then that’s what they’ve got to do!”


During her interview, Meghan spoke candidly to Oprah about her time as a member of the Royal Family.

The Duchess of Sussex described the Queen as being “really welcoming” in one part, however, she also discussed how she felt upset after Archie was not made a prince.

She went on to claim that there were multiple conversations and concerns about “how dark” her son’s skin colour would be before he was born.

David, who has a Jamaican dad and English mum, previously shared his excitement after Harry and Meghan got married in a romantic ceremony in Windsor.

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He said: “To have someone of colour entering the Royal family is amazing. I never thought I would see that happen in my lifetime.

“But society is diverse and that should be reflected everywhere, in the workplace, in schools, in sport and in the Royal family. It is nice to see, as a mixed race man.

“I think it’s great Meghan is from a mixed family. My dad is from Jamaica and my mum is English.

“I honestly haven’t heard one person say a negative word about the wedding.

“Maybe 50 years ago, or even 20 years ago there would have been a few raised eyebrows, but now society is so multi-cultural, the world is changing.”

Speaking about the televised royal wedding back in 2018 to The Mirror, he added: “It felt natural and it felt right, and it was amazing to see everyone celebrating. 

“For me Harry and Meghan got everything just right. It was lovely to see.

“It was also heart warming to see the reaction of everyone. We have already welcomed Meghan to our Royal family and taken her to our hearts.

“I didn’t cry when I watched it, but I did have a warm smile on my face. I am even more proud to be British now.’’

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