Meghan Markle has given an interview for the first time since returning from the UK following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and opened up about getting to know the late monarch when she joined the royal family. We also talked about her husband, Prince Harry, who wasn’t quoted.
Duchess Meghan talked about many topics in Variety’s interview
Variety’s story about Meghan was originally scheduled to be published at the Power of Women event in September, but was postponed due to the Queen’s death and an updated interview was published on October 19th.
former suit The star spoke on a number of topics, including a controversial interview she gave before the monarch died in the cut. archetype And please focus on our project,” Meghan said. “I’ve had time to reflect. Part of me is really trusting and really open – that’s how I operate in the world. So, in spite of any of those things, I can survive it.
The mother of two children also spoke about her home life with her children, Archie and Lilibet, and Prince Harry. However, according to royal experts, the Duke was not allowed to give his own citations for the interview.
Expert explains why Prince Harry was banned from commenting
Neil Schon has served as Royal Correspondent for several news outlets including NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood.He also hosts a weekly talk show Be My Guestand claimed that Harry was apparently “banned” from participating in Meghan’s big interview.
“Allegedly, I have to say there was one person who wasn’t featured. It was of course… the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry,” Sean told the Express.
A royal expert revealed what his insider sources told him, adding: [and] how people saw herThe reason Harry was apparently banned [because] A new PR team, and we must say, [Harry] It can be too distracting.
Correspondent believes Meghan is trying to change her image
In terms of trying to recreate her image, Sean said Meghan was “making herself fun, funny, just [an] Average mother of two” and “fun, giggly and most importantly friendly” [and] sober person. “
He concluded that “time will tell” whether the public will “buy this new remixed, rejuvenated and rejuvenated Meghan Markle.”
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