The image of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as a “fun and normal” couple has failed to catch on.


The image of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as a “fun and normal” couple has failed to catch on.

According to two royal pundits, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are trying to maintain their portrayed image of a normal couple.

Sarah Vine and Richard Eden, royal pundits, discussed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, as well as the image they are aiming to convey to the globe. During an appearance on Palace Confidential with host Jo Elvin, the couple admitted they were having trouble convincing people they were a normal couple. Meghan’s current project, 40×40, may have been well-intentioned, but it came across as overly planned and awkward as she spoke from her opulent house, according to Ms Vine.

Mr Eden went on to say that the two appeared to be playing on the stereotype of “good policeman, evil cop,” which he found intriguing.

“What did you think of that short scene?” Ms Elvin inquired.

“Once again, it’s this whole notion of ‘oh me and Harry are just nice regular people having a wonderful normal time’ in our £11 million mansion,” Ms Vine responded.

“It’s the same thing Prince Harry did on the bus with James Corden.

“This idea of projecting this image of joyful normalcy just doesn’t stick with me.”

Mr Eden further noted that the two are frequently depicted as “good cops” and “bad cops.”

He observed that the public’s perception of them was always shifting.

“I think it’s intriguing because it’s always Harry,” he remarked.

“We’re working on a story about a nice officer and a bad cop.

“We have Meghan who created this Netflix show, this feminist show to aid women, and now she is helping women once more with this project.

“However, Harry? He’s the one who rants about his family in a book and then appears outside her window as a clown juggling.”

The public has reacted to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s most recent announcements with varied feelings.

Meghan’s 40×40 project, which she revealed on her birthday, has elicited mixed reactions from fans, with some scorning the idea of celebrities mentoring women and labeling it patronizing, while others praising the Duchess for her dedication to crucial women’s causes.

The Duke of Sussex’s latest outrage came after it was revealed that he was intending to write a memoir about his life.

Prince Harry has been tight-lipped about the book’s details, although it is anticipated to be released at some point. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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