Meghan Markle Missed opportunity to honor the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Markle’s podcast resumed on Tuesday after a royal mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II. However, the episode did not include any mention of Her Majesty’s death or contributions.
Royal expert Kinsey Schofield told Fox News Digital that while the episodes were prerecorded, it “wouldn’t hurt” to add something special to the Queen, and questioned the actress’ brand of feminism.
“All episodes of the ‘Original Models’ podcast were taped prior to Queen Elizabeth II’s death. With Meghan’s branding seeming to shine a light on feminism and the podcast being all about fighting misconceptions and labels about women that hold them back, it wouldn’t hurt to add something as simple an introduction or a farewell thank you to the Queen over her life in the service,” Schofield said.
“The Queen opened the door for the first female prime minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher. With a comfortable UK under the leadership of Queen Elizabeth, it was not difficult to imagine a leader as fiercely forward as Thatcher as Prime Minister. A total of three women have found themselves in this position during the Queen’s reign. Elizabeth. Meanwhile, the United States has not yet elected a woman president.”
Markle’s Spotify ‘Original’ podcast Focuses on the struggles women face. Episodes released so far include talks with Serena Williams, Mariah Carey, and most recently, Margaret Cho and Lisa Ling.
The host of the ‘To Di For Daily’ podcast confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II did not share her professional responsibilities with anyone – including the late Prince Philip.
“The Queen did not share her professional responsibilities with her husband, refused to take his last name in the traditional sense, and worked until her last breath.”
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Despite Markle’s attempts at feminism, Scofield criticized the former actress’s brand.
“Overall, it’s hard for me to take Meghan seriously as a feminist when every opportunity she’s been presented with over the past five years is a direct result of the man she married,” she told Fox News Digital.
The royal commentator also noted the difference between the philanthropic work of the late Princess Diana and the Duchess of Sussex. Princess Diana She was known for her work with those in need, and at one point she was associated with at least 100 charities.
In 1987, Diana opened a hospital in Britain that treats only patients with HIV/AIDS. She was photographed shaking hands with a patient, which helped end the stigma that the disease can be transmitted to others through touch.
While some have compared Markle’s ordeal to the royal family after Prince Harry’s marriage to Diana’s private trip, Schofield disagreed.
“I see very little Princess Diana in Meghan’s latest efforts,” she told Fox News Digital. “What we loved about Diana was seeing her with the people. Carrying children. Laughing with the elderly. Sympathy and compassion written all over her body.”
“Diana wouldn’t have taken photographers or a camera crew with her to Uvald. Everything Megan does seems superficial and lacks depth and warmth.”
Ashley Papa of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.