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Meghan Markle Shares How Becoming Part Of The Royal Family Could Have Been Made Easier For Her In New Interview

it’s an understatement to say Meghan’s MarkleRelations with the rest of the royal family may improve. Suit The star had a rocky introduction to royal life. Now, she’s opening up about how easy it all could have been.

A quick refresher is in order. Before she was the Duchess of Sussex, Markle was an actress just trying to get by. She was on the “Briefcase Model #24” deal or No deal And Took roles like “Hot Girl” Ashton Kutcher in the movie a lot like Love, Everyone has to start somewhere.

However, Markle got her big break in 2011, when she became a series regular on the hit USA series Suit, The show ran for nine seasons and brought Markle a steady salary for years. Once she and Prince Harry got serious, she left the show.

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Imagine the transition from being an ensemble member on a popular cable show to joining the most famous family on the planet. in an interview with deductionMarkle says The transition was difficult. She saw being a princess as another role.

“I was an actress,” Markle says. “My whole job was ‘Tell me where to stand. Tell me what to say. Tell me what to say. Tell me what to wear, and I’ll do it.’ And I’ll be early, and maybe I’ll bake something for the crew.” Learning to be royalty was something else entirely, and Markle had no mentors.

In movies and television shows where ordinary people become royalty, there is usually a scene where an old royal shows the new princess the ropes. think of all manners scenes in princess diary either crazy rich Asian, Says Markle, “It would have been really helpful. This would have been a very important tutorial that would have happened before all this.”

As Markle struggles to learn the ropes, she and Harry try to find ways to make their impossible situation more precarious. As Markle pointed out, she and Harry wanted to act on behalf of the royal family in a different Commonwealth country, such as South Africa or Canada. “To do anything… by just existing, we were disturbing the dynamics of the hierarchy. So we go, ‘Okay, okay, let’s get out of here. Let’s be happy.’”

Unfortunately for Markle, she and Harry weren’t allowed to do that. “For whatever reason, it’s not something we were allowed to do, even though many other family members do the same,” Markle says. With no settlement possible, the two decided to leave for the United States. Perhaps so much heartache could have been prevented by just having an honest Guru within the walls of the palace.


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