Since Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry earlier this year she has had all eyes on her. There have been many rumors spread about her, both in and out of the palace.
Adjusting to royal life has been challenging for the Duchess of Sussex, whose former career was as an actress, most notably portraying the role of Rachel in “Suits.”
Her adjustment process has been made even more difficult by the fact that she is under constant public scrutiny, especially by the media. It also seems royal staff has not taken kindly to this.
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SETTLING INTO ROYAL LIFE
Duchess Meghan is reportedly not only experiencing challenges as she settles into royal life, but has also been the cause of them for royal staff.
She has been given the nickname “Duchess Difficult” by royal staff because she is more demanding than what they are used to.
Meghan’s difficult nature was also the cause of a rift between her and the Duchess of Cambridge, as the latter did not appreciate the degrading way she spoke to royal staff.
The issue has been in the media recently due to two royal aides resigning from the palace in short succession. They are Melissa Touabti and Samantha Cohen.
For the Duchess entering royal life means leaving behind her acting career. However, a new documentary will give Meghan’s fans an opportunity to see her on television again, although she won’t be acting this time.
“Queen of the World” is a documentary honoring Queen Elizabeth the second. Meghan’s contribution will be to explain the monarch's position about the Commonwealth.
Other members of the royal family will also get screen time. The producer, Nicolas Kent, describes his vision as follows:
“The Queen is the most well-traveled monarch in history and it’s been fascinating to see how she has passed on her experience to the younger generations of the royal family.”
BACK TO HOLLYWOOD
Although she has left the acting world, Meghan still evokes Hollywood in her actions. She recently attended the British Fashion Awards, where she wore a Givenchy gown to rival any starlet’s red carpet look.
At the event, she went into a photo booth with Rosamund Pike and Claire Waight Keller, the artistic director of Givenchy. The three women had a Hollywood style photo shoot with a mixture of poses and candid shots.
Clare won an award at the event, and in her acceptance speech, she thanked the Duchess for her support of Givenchy as a brand and for wearing one of their designs on her wedding.