Since Meghan’s comparisons with Princess Diana have surfaced as a buzz in the media, many of us were wondering about the reason behind equating the daughter in law and mother in law irrelevantly. And now there have been several traces of such indications confirmed by royal peers that the Duchess of Sussex had personal business in getting associated with the royal family. That stemmed out of a strong motive to pursue her acting career led by flourishing economic conditions who drew her incentive from Prince Harry’s late mother insidiously!
What would you call- ‘Meghan’ or ‘Princess Diana 2.0’?
The former biographer of Princess Diana namely Andrew Morton, who also wrote a book on Meghan in the past revealed: “Such was her interest that [her friend] Suzy’s mother Sonia even gave her a copy of my biography, “Diana: Her True Story,” which remained on her bookshelves for the next few years.” Later on, Meghan’s friend Ninaki Priddy steadily noted: ‘She was always fascinated by the Royal Family. She wants to be Princess Diana 2.0’.
Well, that was definitely more to a fascination in the Windsor chapter.
Reflecting on the early chemistry between Diana and Prince Charles: Meg-Harry
Although we hold a special place in our heart for Princess Diana today, her split from Prince Charles was acerbic in her shrewd stint. In Prince Charles’s biography namely “Charles: The Man Who Will Be King,” the author Howard Hodgson remarked: “[Charles] was lucky enough to find [Diana] physically very attractive; she claimed she understood what was expected of her in the arduous task of monarchy and the harsh demands of duty to the people; she expressed her love of Balmoral, the country life and sports and all of his friends.”
The undeniable parting was instigated
Indeed, you can relate the issue to the present royal duo. But Diana’s promise couldn’t make its way finally, thereby ending up in a selfish instinct.
The pictures depicting the accession of fashion sense between Meghan and Diana is more of serendipity if you accept or not.
And the provoking comment by Howard Hodgson in a 2007 book on Charles establishes the relationship of Harry and Meghan Markle inevitably: “Diana convinced him that she was the girl for the job.”