A Royal commentator has claimed Meghan Markle is taking control of her own public image because she ‘thinks she can do a better job’.
This claim comes according to Kinsey Schofield of the To Di For podcast, who thinks that Meghan has been unhappy with how she has come across to the public.
She said that the Duchess of Sussex is keen to take control of her own brand as she navigates the long-running, highly polarising debate around her.
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She said that Meghan is well documented to have been frustrated by how she has come across in the media in the past and is keen to give her own impression.
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star she said: “Both Tom Bower and Valentine Low's books explore how unhappy Meghan has been with past PR efforts and how she thought she could do it better herself.”
She added: “Anyone tired of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should mentally prepare for a barrage of fluffy press hits and glamorous photos… with Harry – aka palm tree number two – in the background.
“Meghan has a very clear vision of how she wants to be perceived by the public. For the most part, I think the toothpaste is out of the tube and people have already established a positive or negative opinion of her. Meghan is a polarizing figure and there is no in-between.
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“That is currently what we are witnessing. A more hands-on approach from Meghan when it comes to her brand.
“The copy and paste tweets from Hearst media corp is a perfect example.
“Dozens of tweets with the exact same verbiage and video from outlets owned by Hearst like Seventeen Magazine and Cosmopolitan: ‘Meghan Markle is an activist and altruist. She's known to be passionate about making the world a better place. Here are just a few causes the Duchess of Sussex is known to advocate.’
“Funny how this sounds like the exact narrative Meghan was pursuing with her Vanity Fair cover story.”
The news comes after Meghan took up a central role in the days following the Queen’s death, despite it being just shortly after her controversial interview in the Cut Magazine that saw her make a series of explosive claims about her life in America in comparison to that of being a senior royal.
The Daily Star has contacted Archwell for comment on these claims.
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