Meghan Markle: a former blog post denies her claims to Oprah Winfrey

An article from when Meghan Markle worked for The Tig has reappeared. This old blog post deals with a very special aspect of royal life. We are talking about the April 7, 2017 article from the Duchess of Sussex’s blog, The Tig. At that time, the star of Suits was the new royal girlfriend. “Keep finding the Tig’s discovery moments, keep laughing and taking risks, and keep being ‘the change you want to see in the world,’ Meghan wrote in her post.” Most importantly, never forget your worth – as I have told you over and over again: you, my sweet friend, you are sufficient, ”she continued in the article.

The fact that Meghan closed The Tig only meant one thing – it was starting to get serious with Prince Harry! A proven fact since 13 months later, she was walking down the black and white checkered alley of St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

“Little girls dream of being princesses”

In 2014, Meghan Markle had an interview with Princess Alia Al-Senussi, a member of the Libyan royal family. “Little girls dream of being princesses. For my part, I loved She-Ra, the princess of power,” said Meghan Markle during the introduction to the interview. “And adult women seem to hold onto that childish fantasy. Just look at the glitz that surrounds the royal wedding and the endless conversations about Princess Kate,” she continued.

The Duchess of Sussex had misinterpreted Kate’s title at the time. Indeed, the Duchess of Cambridge has never been called Princess Kate and never will be. This phrase brings a setback to the Duchess of Sussex at a particularly inopportune time.

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