After the Ellen interview, Meghan Markle is no longer concerned about ‘playing regal,’ according to an expert.
According to rumors, MEGHAN MARKLE is no longer concerned about “acting royal” following her interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
The Duchess of Sussex, who made her first appearance on American television on Thursday night, appears to have turned a fresh leaf as a celebrity. Meghan’s behavior on the Ellen Show, according to royal analyst Brittani Barger, was confirmation that she has closed the chapter on her time in the UK as a member of the royal family.
Meghan not mentioning her time on the show was the “best-case scenario” for the Royal Family, she told The Daily Star.
“That avoids the controversy that would come with those comments,” Ms Barger said.
“Worst-case scenario would be exposing even more information to Ellen, such as who made the comments about Archie’s skin color, but I don’t think she’d go that far on Ellen.”
“I believe serious topics like that would not be brought up on Ellen because it is a more laid-back type of showinterview.”
Meghan appears to be “extremely focused on the US,” according to the expert, as co-founder of her company Archewell with Prince Harry and participating in various projects with Spotify and Netflix.
Ms. Barger believes the Duchess is unconcerned about “UK media or if she is acting royally anymore.”
“She’s back home in America, where there are no royals, so acting royal isn’t necessary,” she continued.
“Here, royals are treated more like celebrities, so she fits right in.”
The former Suits actor is now an executive producer on Netflix’s Pearl, an animated program about a girl who is inspired by powerful women throughout history.
“Like many young girls her age, our heroine Pearl is on a journey of self-discovery as she attempts to conquer life’s daily hardships,” the Duchess remarked.
Heart of Invictus, a project promoting Prince Harry’s Invictus Games, is another project he’s working on.
When the couple first announced their partnership with Netflix, they stated that they would be creating a variety of content that “informs but also gives hope.”
“Our lives, both alone and as a couple, have allowed us to comprehend the strength of the human spirit: of courage, resilience, and the need for connection,” the Sussexes wrote.
“Brinkwire Summary News” says, “Through our work with various populations.”