Feminist author warns Meghan Markle about 'boring' Royal life she'll face after wedding

May 01, 2018
12:26 P.M.
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The writer thinks Markle will soon want to run back to her normal life.


With only a few weeks to go until the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, fans are curious to discuss the married life of the couple, and the induction of a non-royal into the tradition-abiding family.

While trendwatchers continue to report on every minute detail emerging about the big wedding and the couple, author Germaine Greer made waves with her recent bold and unapologetic comments.

As reported by Western Journal, Greer was invited on 60 Minutes as one of the leading feminist writers of today, and when the topic of the conversation steered to the upcoming royal wedding, she did not hold her opinion back.


The 79-year-old stated that she was anticipating the worst case scenario and elaborated on the things that could end up making Prince Harry and Markle’s marriage unsuccessful.


Greer particularly spoke about the difficulties that Markle will face as an outsider who has known the commoner’s life. Greer asserted that a career-driven woman like Markle would find the royal life dull.

In her opinion, Markle would not be able to endure the exquisite boredom of the royal lifestyle, and she would soon want to break free from the monotony of it all.

The writer reminded the panel and the viewers that Markle had ended her previous marriage to Trevor Engelson in 2013, and added that she would not hesitate from walking away again.


Greer also remained skeptical about Markle’s intention behind tying the knot, speculating that she had given up on some of her ambitions and desires only in pursuit of a higher status.

Despite her comments, Greer publicly expressed her good wishes for the couple and hoped that their marriage would be a blissful one.

She also mentioned the possibility that if Markle gets tired of the royal life and makes an exit, she might also convince Prince Harry to join her in starting a new, normal life.