After a bombshell primetime interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Meghan Markle has returned to drop more royal revelations in an all-new interview. The Duchess of Sussex, who’s had no qualms about sharing her uncomfortable experiences at the British Royal household, has reportedly gone a step further in a recent reveal. While Markle’s supporters came out to praise her for the bold interview, they were outnumbered by netizens who are ‘just done’ with the duchess.
In a candid sit-down interview with a leading magazine, Markle enthused that the couple was content with exiting the Royal family. “Just by existing, we were upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy. So we go, ‘Okay, fine, let’s get out of here. Happy to.’” About her return to Instagram, the Suits actress reasoned that the platform is an ideal place for her to connect with the people who respect her choices.
Markle further averred how she’s only getting started. “I feel different. I feel clearer. It’s like I’m finding — not finding my voice. I’ve had my voice for a long time, but being able to use it,” as she talked about her new podcast, Archetypes, which she uses to bash the Royals. “I’m, like, so excited to talk,” she told the magazine. The interview has clearly become a raging topic for discussion– online and off it.
The reactions to Markle ‘s interview indicate that the audiences aren’t too convinced by the sob stories anymore. Many claimed that Markle’s claim to fame starts and ends with bashing the Royals and is only relevant because of these interviews. The hate evidently confounded the love that came in for The Duchess of Sussex’s post her latest chat.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fairytale romance is now being turned into a docu-series backed by Netflix. “I hope that is the sentiment that people feel when they see any of the content or the projects that we are working on,” Markle said of Harry, adding, “We’re like salt and pepper. We always move together.”
The release date of the docuseries has been a huge topic of discussion amongst the team. While Netflix wants to release the show right after The Crown in November, the couple reportedly wants to wait it out until 2023. Meanwhile, Harry’s memoir is likely to be out before The Crown.
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