Meghan Markle claims she tried to blend in and dress down while working as a senior royal. She and husband Prince Harry’s new documentary series, Harry & Meghan. It was created after a video of her in a bright red dress was shown at the Salute to Freedom Gala.
“I wore very little color while in England,” Meghan said. But you shouldn’t wear the same colors as the older members of your family. “
She continues: Camel? beige? White? So I wore a lot of muted tones, but it was also for me to blend in. So there is no version of me joining this family and not trying to do everything I can. I don’t want to embarrass my family. “
In a later episode, Meghan recalled the last weeks of her and Harry’s engagement before leaving the company, talking about embracing color and how her outfit went from neutral to a “rainbow” of shades. Did.
This has since been described as an “act of defiance” by the Duchess, with several royal commentators calling Meghan so openly defying what she believed was appropriate royal protocol. That includes Pod Save the King podcast hosts Russell Myers and Zoe Forsey, who spoke about Meghan’s wardrobe choices in an episode earlier this month.
The Daily Mirror’s royal editor discussed Meghan’s claims that she had no help learning the ropes of the royal family. He claimed that he was not offered any advice about the rituals of
Meghan referenced Disney’s “The Princess Diaries,” in which an awkward teenager finds himself heir to the throne of a European nation and embarks on a “princess lesson” with his grandmother, the current queen. Unlike her film, she claims the Duchess was forced to figure out how to adapt to her royal life on her own.
she said: [The] Princess Diaries with Anne Hathaway? There are no classes, and some people say, “Sit like this, cross your legs like this, use this fork, don’t do this, bow down, wear this kind of hat.” walkabout video, [I was] What is a walkabout? ”
Prince Harry added, “I could talk about her for as long as I knew, but what I really didn’t know was style, how women should dress.” said the lack of support was “ridiculous”.
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However, it has since been claimed that Meghan actually had help when it came to learning about her new role.
“I think so [Meghan’s claim] “It’s been widely disputed,” Myers said. I don’t know, it’s not the biggest bombshell in this whole thing, but they’re trying to paint a picture of her being really downtrodden and nervous.
Meghan and Harry’s documentary series came to a shocking end earlier this month ahead of the royal Christmas celebrations at Sandringham.
According to a royal writer, the US-based royal family was strictly off-limits to its British counterparts because “everything to do with it ends in tears.” The topic was “screwed enough” for the royal family that conversations about them would be avoided.
Helicar told The Sun last week: So far, especially Charles and Camilla’s early days as the new king and queen have been spoiled enough. Anything to do with it would really end in tears.
The royal family gathered at Norfolk Manor to unite as they attended the traditional Christmas morning service. They continue to ignore the Sussexes’ allegations.
Now, they’re reportedly waiting for what the next round of bombshells should be – Harry’s long-awaited memoir is set to be published on January 10th.
Many believe that the title of the book, Spare, reveals details about the Duke’s life within the walls of the palace, his mother’s death, his mental health, and his experiences as a “spare heir.” Prior to publication, Harry will be participating in several TV interviews as part of a media blitz to promote the book.