Meghan was ‘never a good fit’ for royal life as it’s ‘all about others’ – expert
Meghan Markle was “never a good fit” for the Royal Family as it’s “all about focus on others”, a royal journalist has claimed.
Lee Cohen believes that the Duchess of Sussex was not a “good fit” for the royals due to the selfless nature of the role.
He told the Daily Express: "Suffice to say she certainly has not endeared herself to the British and that's a great shame because the UK opened her with welcoming arms from the beginning.
"They were very enthusiastic and owing to perhaps a misunderstanding on her part of what it means to be a member of the Royal Family or complete disinterest.
"Largely, I think it's owing to the fact that service in the Royal Family is all about focus on others and not oneself and that seems to run counter to her plans.
"I don't think it was ever a good fit for Meghan to be a member of the Royal Family."
Experts have said Meghan seems to have “moved on” from her royal life after her appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Royal commentators Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito said her pranks on the Ellen show were "cringe" but showed that Meghan now feels "free" to be who she is.
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Speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, Ms Bowie said: "Obviously this is a person who has serious f***s to give about anything.
“I feel like she knows what she's doing in a way that is kind of rubbing the tabloids' face in the mud about this. She knows they are going to latch on to anything she does.
"To me, this is a person who is really feeling free about who they are but it's also so uncomfortable."
Ms Fiorito added: "I immediately compare this to Harry going on James Corden's show pre-Oprah.
"He was showing off his military expertise, he was sipping high tea on a double decker bus, it was an homage to his royal roots. But with Meghan on Ellen, there were no royal references made.
"I felt that was a choice, Meghan is moving on from that and she doesn't have to be serious."
The Daily Star has approached the Duchess of Sussex for comment.
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