On Friday, Under the Radar host Callie Crossley joined Jim and Margery at the WGBH studios at the Boston Public Library to offer her thoughts on the departure of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from British royal life.

Harry and Meghan's decision to step down as senior royals, which was announced Wednesday, was attributed in large part to frustrations over intense criticism from British tabloids. A large part of that criticism, Crossley noted, was the racist prejudice aimed at Markle.

"It’s been going on since the beginning,” Crossley said, "which is why Harry came out at some point and said ‘Okay, I’m sick of this, and now we’re gonna sue the tabloids and stop it, we’re just not gonna have it… I’m not going to let you."

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Crossley went on to quote Boston Globe columnist Jenné Osterheldt, who wrote in a recent piece that "there is no highness high enough to transcend racism and supremacy.”

“That pretty much says it all,” Crossley said.

"They just never stopped. At every point, there was something to be said about her that was negative. And it just built and built and built, and so you can understand that she couldn’t take it anymore.”