Meghan Markle gives her all in her podcasts.
Some of the revelations of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, have created controversy.
The Duchess of Sussex has now hired a fact checker.
Meghan Markle’s Spotify podcasts have resumed after a hiatus during the funeral of England’s Queen Elizabeth II. “Archetypes”, the podcast of the Duchess of Sussex, 41, is enjoying some success with her audience. The Daily Mail, in its article of October 3, 2022, reveals that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, has hired a “fact checker”. The former actress may be particularly comfortable in front of the cameras and the microphone, recalls the article in the British media, but after all she is “like the rest of humanity, fallible”. The Daily Mail also recalls a revelation made by the wife of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 38, about his marriage.
In the interview with the American magazine The Cut, Meghan Markle awkwardly compared her marriage with the release of Nelson Mandela. Indeed, Prince Harry’s wife said she spoke to a South African personality at the London premiere of The Lion King in 2019. “Dr John Kani, the only South African cast member, pointed out that ‘he had never met Meghan and was not present at the premiere,’ the Daily Mail article read. It would be to avoid this kind of confusion and forgetting that Meghan Markle would have hired an American writer who shared the same convictions as her.
Meghan Markle: the Duchess of Sussex hires a specialist in queer culture and gender
The Duchess of Sussex is said to have engaged Nicole Paluska, according to Richard Eden of the Daily Mail. The writer’s interests are the same as those of Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle. Nicole Paluska writes about “activism, race, music, business, queer culture and gender”. Nicole Paluska, the new recruit of Meghan Markle, is the author of the book How You Get Famous. The book is a “deep dive into New York City’s underground drag queen scene”, reveals the Daily Mail.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex © Backgrid USA / Bestimage