Killer Mike Blasts Princess Michael For Offensive Brooch: "Racist Old White Bitch"

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Princess Michael has since apologized for wearing the brooch, with a spokesperson adding that she's "very sorry and distressed" and vowing she'll never wear it again.

Princess Michael of Kent has apologised for wearing a "racist blackamoor" brooch to the Queen's Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.

Blackamoor sculptures and jewellery usually depict an African or non-European male, as a servant.

The brooch appears to be almost two inches in length and includes an antiquated deception of a black figure that many contend exoticizes people of color.

Blackamoor art dates back to Venice in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Princess Michael of Kent-wife of Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth II's first cousin-was spotted wearing a racially offensive brooch on her coat while arriving to the palace with her husband.

Some social media users were quick to point out the apparent insult, which made the headlines in many British newspapers.

According to PEOPLE, Princess Michael has been accused of racial insensitivity in the past.

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Meghan Markle has faced racist attacks during her time in the royal spotlight for some time now.

Her father, Baron Gunther von Reibnitz, joined the Nazi party in 1930, well before it became the norm in Germany, and was a major in the SS, the Nazi military wing responsible for running Hitler's concentration camps.

Another called for the Princess to be reprimanded for causing offence.

Markle, whose mother is black, will be the first self-identified biracial person to become a high-ranking member of the royal family when she marries Harry in May.

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I did not say 'back to the colonies.' I said 'you should remember the colonies.

The princess is described on her website as a "Writer, Historian, Lecturer, Interior Designer and Art Consultant". "That this royal chose to wear it to an event where the prince's fiancée is half African American is a most eloquent if loud disapproval rather than appreciation - in my humble opinion".

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