Royal editor shares Meghan Markle's specific method of preparing for public speeches

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 24, 2018
06:11 A.M.
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Meghan Markle spends days preparing her public speeches, carrying notes with her with handwritten scribbles.

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ABC News royal editor, Omid Scobie, confirmed with a palace aide that the Duchess of Sussex insists on writing her speeches herself, as reported by Mirror.

In ABC News special “Meghan’s New Life: The Real Princess Diaries”, Scobie said she noticed the 37-year-old actress carrying notes with handwritten scribbles all over them.

Meghan has been using her platform to advocate for women empowerment.

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"I asked a palace aide, 'has she written this herself?, as that's quite unusual for the royals, there's usually other people,” the royal expert said. "This was all her, she's been up for days working on this speech."

TWO SPEECHES DURING RECENT ROYAL TOUR

Meghan, who tied the knot with Prince Harry in May 2018, made two speeches during her and Prince Harry’s royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

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She delivered one of her speeches at the University of South Pacific in Suva where she told the students about her own experience working on campus at Northwestern University with every penny going “directly towards my tuition".

The “Suits” actress reportedly rises at 5am and works hard all day on projects she's passionate about.

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Meghan has been using her platform to advocate for women empowerment.

"In these times and for this family it is pushing the envelope to give speeches on feminism,” Vanity Fair's Michelle Ruiz says in the documentary. "It's certainly something the Queen doesn't do, nor does Kate Middleton do. Meghan is the feminist princess of our dreams."

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FEMINIST AUTHOR PROVEN WRONG

Feminist author Germaine Greer earlier warned that Meghan may suffer from boredom as part of the Royal family.

Greer was invited on 60 Minutes as one of the leading feminist writers of today. When the topic of the conversation steered to the Meghan and Harry’s then upcoming royal wedding, she did not hold her opinion back.

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Greer asserted that a career-driven woman like Markle would find the royal life dull. Markle, she said, would not be able to endure the boredom of the royal lifestyle.

Meghan, however, seems to be enjoying her new-found platform in advocating for women’s rights, as shown in her passionate public speeches about women empowerment.

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