Who could have dared to take up the independent challenge like Meghan Markle while staying within the royal household? Not everyone, indeed.
Dealing with the subdued alarm
Reports state that Prince Harry‘s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas has disclosed how ‘fear’ acted on her nerves to prevent her from joining the British Royal brood.
The actress in her 31st year came to admit about her scare of being synced as an ‘it girl’ for the rest of her life after staying in a relationship with her boyfriend. Luckily, she has been able to attain her own way these days.
A sound eye-opener
Today, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph she said, ‘The fear of failing, the fear of rejection, the fear of not getting it right, the fear of not being perfect… I think that has limited me in certain situations in my life’. Cressida even revealed that following her separation from the royal partner, she was successful in achieving greater transparency of her actual wants. There comes the role of fulfilling an objective led by embracing fair perception. She told, ‘And I just think it has definitely given me a stronger sense of purpose and a stronger sense of what I want or don’t want’.
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Opening a new avenue
The beauty has been diligent following her breakup whose only vision was to prove herself being more than an ‘It girl.’ And, she did it definitely rather than being suffocated in the palace. The celeb further continued, ‘I think that I work very, very hard, I love what I do, and I just hope that this role has shown people what I can do and what I would like to do going forward and not be caught in a box in any way’. Well, she threw light to her new Binge show, White House Farm in such statements.
However, Cressida began dating Prince Harry long back in 2012 who got introduced to the royal via her close pal, Princess Eugenie. The duo was together for three years until late 2014 after rumors crept over her public life. Lastly, she decided to fix her own career in a good jolt.