Meghan Markle has been chastised for allegedly failing to complete the required tasks before entering the Royal Family.
In a harsh piece of commentary, MEGHAN MARKLE was accused of “not doing the work” in terms of researching what was required of her as a working member of the Royal Family before marrying Prince Harry.
Meghan launched her next Netflix project this week: an animated series for young girls based on the story of Pearl, a 12-year-old girl. It’s just one of the many businesses the Sussexes have started since leaving The Firm. Aside from their hefty Netflix agreement, the duo has received a lot of accolades from their followers for landing a Spotify podcast series, Archewell Audio, signing with the Harry Walker Agency, and negotiating a contract with Procter & Gamble.
However, despite spending more than a year outside the Royal Family, critics have noted that the couple has yet to produce significant product from these arrangements.
They’ve also been chastised for taking a five-month hiatus from the public eye, which means their new work will be delayed until the autumn.
Commentator Caitlin Flanagan argued that before Meghan married Harry, she “didn’t do the work” in terms of researching what it takes to be a member of the Royal Family.
From her wedding day in May 2018 to her royal departure in March 2020, the Duchess of Sussex was an official member of The Firm for less than two years.
“Part of Meghan’s problem, it turned out, was her naivete about the Royal Family’s workings, which she had imagined would be akin to the workings of celebrity culture,” Ms Flanagan alleged.
“What was she, Meghan Markle, a plain girl from Los Angeles, to know about such an institution as the British?” she continued.
Meghan even brought up her own lack of understanding during a pivotal interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired in March.
“I went into it innocently because I didn’t grow up knowing anything about the Royal Family,” she remarked.
“It wasn’t something that came up in discourse at home.
“It wasn’t anything we were interested in.”
“I didn’t conduct any research into what it would imply [to become a royal],” she added.
Meghan later stated, “I didn’t feel any desire.” Brinkwire Summary News