Charlie Hebdo allegedly invoked death of George Floyd with a ‘racist’ cartoon of Meghan and the Queen

Meghan Markle and Prince Harrys explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey triggered new debate among the people and provoked some experts to describe the uneasy situation in their own way.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo described the reported feud within the royal family with a cover image cartoon that has now added fuel to fire.
Charlie Hebdo came up with a ‘racist’ cartoon of Meghan and the Queen to allegedly invoke the unfortunate death of George Floyd as he tried to depict that the 94-year-old monarch was kneeling on Meghans neck.
The cartoon is titled Why Meghan quit Buckingham with the Duchess of Sussexs cartoon saying, Because I couldnt breathe anymore!
Though the representatives for the Buckingham Palace and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not shared their comments on the Charlie Hebdo cartoon which sparked the outrage, some experts and fans took to social media to show their anger and described it as an act of racism.
The cartoon received flak from all corners. Halima Begum, CEO of race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust, for instance, wrote on Twitter, The Queen as GeorgeFloyds murderer crushing Meghans neck? Meghan saying shes unable to breathe? This doesnt push boundaries, make anyone laugh or challenge racism. It demeans the issues & causes offence, across the board.
The royal fans and experts  expressed their anger over the controversial piece, alleging  Charlie Hebdo invoked the death of George Floyd with a ‘racist’ cartoon of Meghan and the Queen.