Fans were quite dissatisfied with the headline of a particular British tabloid after it announced the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle's pregnancy. Here are some reactions from the Duchess's admirers.
Some disgruntled royal fans have expressed their opinions after coming across the description made by a British tabloid over the pregnancy of British royal Meghan Markle.
Many admirers took to Twitter where they weighed in on the development. The headline which channels Markle's pregnancy was quite evasive in its description, tagging Markle as a nameless woman.
The magazine cover shared on Twitter also included the announcement photo, which had Markle and her husband's faces covered with anonymity tags.
Markle was described sarcastically as a "publicity shy" woman who took to announce the news of her pregnancy to the world. They, however, refused to refer to Markle by her name.
The person who shared the tabloid cover showed that they were livid, mentioning that the headline was vile. A second person noted that Markle and her spouse wanted privacy to avoid clashes with an angry press.
Another person shared the same tabloid cover, countering the claims and sharing that Markle was never a publicity-shy person but was rather wary of bullying and misrepresentation from the press.
More fans joined in the interaction, and they were unforgiving, clamping down on the tabloid and establishing that Markle's clamor for privacy was a far cry from shying away from the media.
The range of topics that would be covered would include their latest projects after exiting their royal home.
Last weekend, Markle and Prince Harry's representative announced their pregnancy just in time for Valentine's Day. The announcement was made with a photo taken by the couple's close pal and longtime photographer, Misan Harrisman.
In the picture, Markle and her husband honored the celebration of love. Prince Harry had his wife's head resting on his lap while he smiled down at her. She returned the smile as one hand cradled her growing baby bump.
Leading up to the time of their pregnancy announcement, Harry and Markle, who already have a son, endured and dealt with the pain of a miscarriage. Markle was praised for her courage when she later took to the media to open up about the ordeal.
Presently, TV icon Oprah Winfrey has bagged an interview with the couple, which would be their first after the pregnancy news got out. The coming interview also served as the couple's first extensive interview after leaving the royal household.
The range of topics that would be covered would include their latest projects after exiting their royal home, plans for the new baby, and how they have been dealing with their marital life.