Meghan Markle has a way of making every step in her life turn into an inspirational story. And fans think it has gotten to a point that it ends up feeling nauseously saccharine. There is only so much inspiration that can be drawn from an actress who married a prince and gave up acting eventually. But the Suits alum has tried, time and again, to make herself an American POC icon, and to paint herself as a perpetual victim of racism at the royal court. It is not that the veracity of all her claims is questioned, but someone baselessly comparing their wedding to Nelson Mandela being released from prison props up eyebrows.

Two cents from Meghan Markle on how to become a princess without a fortune

Meghan Markle on being a real life princess
Meghan Markle on being a real-life princess

In one of her more recent interviews in August this year, with Allison P. Davis for The Cut, the former Deal or No Deal girl claimed to be an icon for little girls everywhere who saw her as a princess. She said,

“It’s important to be thoughtful about it because — even with the Oprah interview, I was conscious of the fact that there are little girls that I meet and they’re just like, ‘Oh my God, it’s a real-life princess’.”

On being asked about the message that she has for those naïve young girls who look up to her, the Duchess of Sussex said,

“I just look at all of them and think, You have the power within you to create a life greater than any fairy tale you’ve ever read.

I don’t mean that in terms of ‘You could marry a prince one day.’ I mean you can find love. You can find happiness. You can be up against what could feel like the greatest obstacle and then you can find happiness again.”

It is indeed a beautiful message for girls and even people around the world. Except for the fact that it is easier said than done.

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People question Meghan Markle’s “inspirational” achievements

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry together
Meghan Markle claims one can be a princess without a prince

When Meghan Markle made heart-rendering revelations in her 2021 bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, everyone empathized and pitied her while anger simmered for the royal family. However, as time has passed, people have started questioning if the estranged royal daughter-in-law is really as much of a victim as she claims. There have been conflicting claims between her and the royal family and the back-and-forth seems endless at this point in time.

Meghan Markle
The masses have begun questioning Meghan Markle’s “achievements”

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But one thing seems truer every day. The Dater’s Handbook actress has seemingly lost the public footing she once had because the masses have started looking through her self-victimizing statements. A fine example is her complaining of being objectified on Deal or No Deal and gladly accepting to perform bold and sexual scenes later in her career.

Therefore people now question Meghan Markle’s position of power and inspirational quality as a so-called ‘princess’ after having a mediocre acting career, getting married to a legit prince, and lording over a multi-million fortune, while preaching how other people should live their lives.

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Source: Geo News

Source: Geo News
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