Meghan Markle reveals she uncovered Nigerian roots after taking genealogy test

Meghan Markle has admitted to being 43% Nigerian, glamsquad reports.



The Duchess of Sussex revealed this in the most recent episode of her Archetypes podcast.


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During an interview with Senegalese-American actress and comedian Issa Rae, Nigerian-American comedian and writer Ziwe Fumudoh, and professor Emily Bernards, the Duchess of Sussex revealed that she took a genealogy test and found out that she is 43% Nigerian.


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“I just had my genealogy done a couple years ago,” Meghan explains, as her guests eagerly await the results.



The Duchess then proudly declares, “I’m 43% Nigerian,” much to Ziwe’s surprise.




Ziwe, a Nigerian-American, then inquires: “Are you sure? This is enormous. Do we know what Igbo and Yoruba are?”




“I’m going to start digging deeper into all of this because anyone I’ve told, especially Nigerian women, are just like, what?” says the Duchess of Sussex.



In a heartwarming clip between the two, Nigerian-American Ziwe continues to joke that the Duchess looks like “her aunt Ouzo” after digesting the shocking revelation.

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