Harry and Meghan 'must choose' their royal role says Owen
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in her recent interview with American magazine The Cut, Meghan Markle appeared to suggest her background heavily impacted her ability to settle into her new royal role. Article author Allison P. Davis quoted Meghan’s “own analysis”, noting the Duchess had suggested that “her problems stemmed from her being an American, not necessarily a Black American”. However, Royally Us host Christine Ross cast doubt on Meghan’s suggestions by pointing out that the monarchy is 1,200 years old, many centuries older than “American’s whole history”.
Speaking of The Cut interview, Ms Ross said: “Meghan has said recently [that] she feels like the problem was that she was too American.
“I feel like when you think about America’s whole history is less than 300 years old.
“The monarchy, alone in the UK, is 1200 years old, you know, there’s a different sense of time, and change, and things like that.”
She added: “I think that Meghan, sort of, lost that, because she didn’t grow up in the UK.
“I think it was part of her struggle.”
As well as The Cut interview, August also saw the release of Meghan’s long-awaited podcast, Archetypes.
The first episode of the podcast, which is expected to have a dozen episodes, was released on August 23.
Meghan’s friend, and tennis professional, Serena Williams was the guest.
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Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and the period of mourning, Meghan decided to pause the uploads on her podcast.
The date they will resume is unknown.
Meghan and Harry arrived in the UK on September 3, to attend various events for charities “close to their hearts”.
The couple had planned the visit to be a short trip, but following Harry’s beloved grandmother’s death, the couple remained in the UK and attended the state funeral on September 19.
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It was reported that the couple planned to travel back to the US “almost immediately” after the funeral, to return to their two children.
They had reportedly missed their two children “like crazy” over the past few weeks.
The couple, now longer senior royals, reside in California with their two children, three-year-old Archie and Lilibet, 1.
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