Has Meghan Markle been misunderstood by the public? Yes, says Sean Smith, who is presenting a new book called “Meghan Misunderstood”.
Duchess Meghan, 39, was “a very serious person” before meeting Prince Harry, 36, said Sean Smith on the UK talk show “Lorraine”. By this he means Markle’s career as an actress and her commitment to the common good. But those positive aspects of her person quickly faded into the background, Smith notes.
Meghan Markle’s image changes suddenly after the wedding with Prince Harry
“When I wrote the book, I felt like we actually lost her within a week. It was extraordinary. Here was a woman who went from being a human rights activist to Prince Harry’s hot wife in a week,” says Smith in the Tv show. Although he does not specifically name who is responsible for this change. But that is also so obvious: the public, and especially the media. In the end, coverage was one of the main reasons Meghan and Harry pulled out of England and royalty.
What does the future hold for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan?
“I think they would be a great addition [für die Königsfamilie] be when they come back at some point. I think everyone would be happy to see them. They’re tremendously attractive, “says Smith. But a lot has happened since Harry and Meghan announced their resignation as senior royals. The fronts between them and the palace – and especially to Prince William, 38, and Duchess Catherine, 38 – seem hardened. The couple is also losing sympathy among the people, as surveys from recent months show. “I don’t think there’s a chance they’ll work full-time as royals in the future,” says Smith. A compromise would be possible, he says, adding that it takes two sides.
Part of the Megxit deal is that Harry, William, Prince Charles, 71, and Queen Elizabeth, 94, will get back together in the spring of 2021. Then it will be discussed how the time has passed for all parties since the exit of the Sussexes. Fans and the media will be watching with excitement whether they get closer to the royals or further apart.
Source used: Mail Online