Meghan Markle launched the eighth edition of her Archetypes podcast for Spotify on November 8
This edition was rich in revelations, particularly on the childhood of Mellody Hubson
This was a trigger for the Duchess of Sussex regarding the education she gives to her children

Meghan Markle, 41, launched her podcast Archetypes for Spotify last August, explains Elle magazine. The latest episode of the podcast was released on Tuesday November 8 on the platform. Suffice to say, this episode was rich in revelations. The Duchess of Sussex notably spoke about what she believed to be the true meaning of the word “difficult”. “What these people are implying when they use that very loaded word is that this woman, ‘Oh, she’s difficult.’ Which is actually just an understatement or probably not even an understatement. It’s actually a code word for the word “B” or Bitch,” she said.

In this edition of Archetypes, Prince Harry’s wife had invited American businesswoman Mellody Hubson and actress Victoria Jackson. Note that Mellody Hubson is the president of Starbucks and is the first black woman to have chaired an S&P 500 company, according to the Daily Mail. Mellody Hubson is also the wife of Georges Lucas, the creator of Star Wars. As for Victoria Jackson, she is a close friend of the Sussexes. The Daily Mail claims that Victoria Jackson was raped and stabbed by the notorious “pillowcase rapists”, in the 1970s. Among the topics covered in this eighth edition of the Duchess’ podcast was the meaning of being a “diva” with Mariah Carey or even the myths of the bachelor with Mindy Kaling.

Meghan Markle wants to change her education system for Archie and Lilibet

Recall that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have two children, Archie, 3 years old, and Lilibet, 1 year old. In Archetypes, the Duchess also confided in how she wanted to raise her children. It was Mellody Hubson’s story that introduced the subject. The businesswoman had in particular recounted her childhood where she grew up with a single mother who had to take care of six children in Chicago. Mellody Hubson explained that she learned about independence when she had to find herself an orthodontist when she was a teenager. “I have to rethink my parenting style! Because if that’s what carries you, then I really have to upgrade myself so that our children are autonomous”, expressed Meghan Markle in the face of her story.

“What’s so great about the orthodontist story is that if you look at this training that you get by default at 12, 11, whatever your age, to know that you’re asking for what you need, and you find a way to get it, and it works!” added the Duchess of Sussex. “As you get older, when you’re not that 11- or 12-year-old kid anymore and you become a woman, that same understanding of knowing what you want, asking for what you need, can sometimes be thrown back in your face. , like you’re picky or something,” she also explained afterwards.

“I have to get up to speed”: Meghan Markle not sure how to go about educating Archie and Lilibet


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