Meghan Markle needs perspective on 'word policing' says pundit
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been criticised by royal biographer Angela Levin for their upcoming acceptance of the Ripple of Hope Award, which they will receive at a gala organized by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation. According to the organisation, the couple will be honoured for their work “advancing the global dialogue around mental health, supporting Afghan refugees in the US, investing in Ukraine aid organizations, championing vaccine access and partnering with the NAACP on a ‘Digital Civil Rights Award'”.
But Ms Levin told the Daily Mail that Harry and Meghan’s charitable credentials were “fantasy laced with persuasion”.
And she questioned: “Are they really up there with earlier award winners? Whichever way you look at it, their alleged achievements seem fantasy laced with persuasion and who knows what else, rather than fact.
“Meghan and Harry have found it difficult to get close to A-list celebrities. They haven’t received invitations to all the right parties so perhaps the next best thing for them was to get on award lists where A-listers abound.
“Meghan especially is giving the impression they will stop at nothing to get to the top. She should be careful as it could all crumble.”
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