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EntertainmentPrincess Diana’s characteristics are “quite few” in Meghan Markle, a royal expert claims.

Princess Diana’s characteristics are “quite few” in Meghan Markle, a royal expert claims.

Meghan Markle’s podcast “Archetypes” resumed without her mentioning the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.


Missing the chance to pay tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II was Meghan Markle.


Tuesday saw the return of Markle’s podcast after a period of official mourning for Queen Elizabeth II. However, neither Her Majesty’s passing nor her contributions were mentioned in the episode.


Although the programmes were pre-recorded, royal analyst Kinsey Schofield told Fox News Digital that it “wouldn’t have hurt” to include something extra for the queen and questioned the actress’ style of feminism.


“Before the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, every episode of the podcast “Archetypes” was shot. It wouldn’t have hurt to add a brief introduction or conclusion praising the Queen for her lifetime of service since Meghan’s brand appears to stress feminism and the podcast is about combating stereotypes and labels on women that hold them back “said Schofield.


Hollywood is criticised by Meggan Markle for using the “dragon lady” stereotype in the first podcast since the Queen’s passing.


“The first female prime minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, was welcomed in by the Queen. It wasn’t difficult to picture Thatcher as prime minister since the U.K. was at ease under Queen Elizabeth’s rule. Under Queen Elizabeth’s rule, three women in all were in the post. In the meantime, a woman has not yet been elected president of the United States.”


The “Archetypes” episode of Markle’s Spotify podcast focuses on the challenges women confront. Serena Williams, Mariah Carey, and more lately Lisa Ling and Margaret Cho are among the celebrities who have been interviewed in the episodes that have already been made public.


The “To Di For Daily” podcast’s host underlined that Queen Elizabeth II did not delegate her official duties to anyone, including the late Prince Philip.


The queen worked till her death and refused to share her professional obligations with her husband. She also refused to adopt his last name in the conventional sense.


Who am I to judge? You would think that Meghan would recognise her career of service by doing more than “putting a Variety magazine cover on wait.”


Variety of posts reference Megan Markle’s “Power of Women” issue, which was published “out of respect for Queen Elizabeth II.”


After being selected as one of Variety’s Power of Women honorees, the “Suits” actress was slated to appear on the magazine’s cover.


“The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, was selected as one of this year’s deserving awardees. Due to Queen Elizabeth II’s recent dying, the Duchess’ cover will now be published at a later time “after the queen’s passing, the publication tweeted the announcement.


Schofield questioned Markle’s brand despite her attempts at feminism.


“In general, it’s hard for me to take Meghan seriously as a feminist when every opportunity that has been presented to her over the last five years is a direct result of the man that she married,” she told Fox News Digital.


The royal analyst also pointed out the distinction between the Duchess of Sussex’s humanitarian endeavours and those of the late Princess Diana. At one point, Princess Diana was associated with at least 100 charities, and she was well renowned for her work with the poor.


Diana established a hospital in Britain in 1987 that only provided care for people with HIV/AIDS. She was photographed shaking hands with a patient, dispelling the myth that the illness could be spread by physical contact.




While some have compared Markle’s plight with the royal family after marrying Prince Harry to Diana’s own journey, Schofield doesn’t agree.


She told Fox News Digital, “I see very little of Princess Diana in Meghan’s newest efforts.” “Diana’s interactions with other people were what we cherished. holding little ones. joking about with the elderly. Her entire body was imprinted with compassion and sensitivity.”


“Diana wouldn’t have travelled to Uvalde with a group of photographers or a film crew. Meghan comes across as shallow and cold in all she does.”



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