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Katie Nicholl told BBC News that Meghan Markle knew what she was getting into when joining the Royal Family as the Duchess of Cambridge had navigated the same challenges less than a decade prior. The royal commentator added that the Duchess of Sussex had the same supportive infrastructure in place as Kate when she joined the monarchy.
Ms Nicholl said: “Well listen, there isn’t a Princess manual as such but absolutely there is a support network, there is an infrastructure at the Palace.
“I know when Kate Middleton was preparing to marry into the Royal Family she had access to private secretaries, to the press office, she was able to go and seek advice.
“Meghan had the same infrastructure in place, she was supported.
“There was help on hand and of course, she had Harry.
“It was a whirlwind romance, unlike Kate and William.
“She did not have ten years in to work out how the firm worked as an institution.
“But she is an intelligent, articulate, well-read woman, I mean she knew what she was getting herself into.
“She was listed as a feminist on the Royal Family website but if there was an idea in her mind that she was going to be able to voice her political opinions, very obviously from the outset that simply would not be the case.”
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