According to the Daily Mail, Meghan Markle has taken up a topic of comparison with Kate Middleton while speaking about her being constantly tyrannized by the British media and expressed her concern on the matter saying, if her sister-in-law would have been earmarked similarly, the imperial household would have definitely been prompted to shield the Duchess of Cambridge against the rumours, a source has reported.
Bold discrimination takes off the royal household
Meghan’s friend revealed to the disclosure saying, “no one would have put up with it, and the broken and outdated system would have been revised. Those outlets responsible for their vicious attacks would have been shut out,” and later on added that, “changes would have been made.”
An inconsiderate silence
She admitted the fact about Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II being steadily reached by The Duke of Sussex to inform about his wife getting badgered by the papers where they hardly had any urge “to change the protocol.” Although quite unfortunate, but that’s what the reality reads to be “infuriating”. Such apprehensions made its way for a long time to the deafened ears after which Meghan decided to give her thought for leading a new life, counting on the duo’s marriage.
The looming mistrust was unanticipated: Meg-Harry
Later on, Harry communicated to the royal family that until any change was invited to the operating structure, they couldn’t but invest good faith on such order which was prodded for a revision and update to their penchant. But lastly, no progress was observed on the same line that prompted the pair “to take the issue into their own hands.”
When it came to addressing the household’s protection justifying Princess Diana’s rights, reports spoke about Harry’s evocative experience since childhood, provoking sincere causes that it “should have been kicked out of the media pool” long before the present. By the end, in an attempt to gain “a stand” amidst the ignorant conventions, the couple took a resolute step together by stepping down from the Windsor castle.