At the time, Meghan Markle said that she created the podcast “Archetypes” to help women who are ready to fight unfairly unequal treatment. But in fact, the Duchess uses it for the most part in order to put herself in the most favorable light. So in the new podcast, she resorted to the same technique: she arranged a discussion with her guests on the topic of “Strong Women”, but engaged exclusively in self-promotion and justification of her behavior. This was reported by the publication express.co.uk.
As it turned out, Meghan still can’t forgive the insults that, in her opinion, were inflicted on her during the time that she lived with the Royal Family. It turned out that the legitimate wife of Prince Harry was almost most hurt by the offensive nickname “Duchess Difficult”. Meghan admitted that she has always considered and continues to consider such a definition offensive. Markle thought it was just an allegory replacing one word. As the Duchess noted, she finds this not only extremely offensive but also unfair.
“Although I have never tried to please everyone, it is not difficult to deal with me. I’m just persistent and demanding!”
- Meghan said.
As Markle explained, she simply became a victim of a stereotype: from a male point of view, an independent, strong, and self-confident woman, as the Duchess considers herself, is automatically classified as a … While Megan herself believes that the qualities listed here are necessary for any businesswoman to achieve success. And there is nothing special about the fact that she herself showed perseverance and exactness, and this is how one should behave.
However, not all of those who once dealt with the Duchess, including Meghan’s former personal secretary Jason Knauf, will agree with her.
According to the general opinion of Buckingham Palace employees, the Duchess was absolutely unbearable. She allowed herself to send emails almost from 5 o’clock in the morning, detained employees after the end of the working day, made unthinkable demands on them and even did not bother herself with sufficient politeness in her treatment. There were constant complaints about Meghan, which, however, at the insistence of her husband Harry, were never brought to the attention of the Queen.
And when, finally, an official investigation of her behavior was launched, it was soon closed, and its results were not made public. They say this was done at the request of Elizabeth, who did not want to aggravate the conflict with the family of her grandson Harry.