Alexandra Burke lets off steam during a gruelling al fresco workout days after revealing Meghan Markle’s racism claims made her feel ‘sick to the core’.
Alexandra Burke let off steam during an al fresco workout on Wednesday, just days after she voiced her disgust at the racism scandal surround the Royal Family. The X Factor winner, 32, was working hard on maintaining her physique as she hit the park with her personal trainer while sporting a bold pink ensemble.
She was expertly performing her exercises during the outing which comes after she said she felt ‘sick to her core’ after hearing Meghan Markle’s claims that a member of the Royal family expressed concerns over the colour of son Archie’s skin. Alexandra Burke was working hard in the park as she made a style statement in the bold pink look comprising a sports bra and matching leggings.
Keeping her hair off her face, the songstress wore a black baseball cap while also pairing the look with a pair of crisp white trainers. Alexandra’s discussion about the interview came during an appearance on Monday’s Lorraine when talk soon turned to Prince Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired in the US overnight. She told how as a black woman she felt ‘sick’ at hearing Meghan’s racism claims, stating her shock that ‘we’re in 2021 and still having these conversations’.
The Duchess of Sussex also described her ‘pain’ that officials had denied Archie the title of prince and accused Buckingham Palace of failing to protect him by denying him 24/7 security.Meghan refused to say which royal had the conversation with Harry about Archie’s skin colour, claiming it would be ‘damaging’ to the person in her husband’s family who raised it.
But Oprah has since revealed Prince Harry asked her to make clear that neither the Queen nor Prince Philip made the remark.Discussing the interview, Alexandra told Lorraine, 61: ‘I’ve seen the clips and all the headlines. It’s heartbreaking and very disappointing. ‘We’re in 2021 and still having these conversations. For me as a black woman hearing that, it made me feel sick to my core.
‘I’m an ambassador for the Royal Commonwealth Society, I’m a small voice there, and this shows we have a lot of work to do.’Sharing her support for the Duchess, Alexandra Burke continued: ‘It’s shocking Meghan had to go through that. ‘Hearing her say she was suicidal and talking about mental health, it’s mind-blowing. ‘I wish them both the best and hope they can find peace and happiness in their lives for their sake and their children as well.’