Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who stood down as senior working royals in 2020 and relocated to America for a new life, continue to make headlines with their unexpected choices and astonishing discoveries.
The Duchess of Sussex recently spoke with The Cut’s correspondent Allison P. Davies for the most intimate interview since her notorious tell-all with Oprah Winfrey, and she revealed some facts regarding Prince Harry’s relationship with his father. She also asserted that she is regarded as a “real-life princess.”
Meghan’s surprising remarks in her newest interview and two episodes of her Spotify podcast Archetypes hint that she’s warning the royal family that the Duke of Sussex’s memoir, due out later this year, may include some shocking truths.
According to Allison P. Davies of The Cut, who interviewed Meghan, the Duchess is “still very aware” of her royal status despite her high-profile departure from the Royal Family. She also stated her intention to return to Instagram, where she hopes to increase the popularity of her story.
However, the Duchess has been chastised for her views in the recent interview, with GB News’ Colin Brazier noting that royal rank is “earned” rather than “given.”
Mr Brazier stated in a tweet: “Princess Anne is a “true princess.” Every year, she attends hundreds of banal, low-profile events. Royalty is earned rather than bestowed. Meghan’s concept of being a “real life princess” is a distorted version of this vision, with no room for duty.”