Meghan Markle has been in the news a lot this month, and it could all be due to one major event.
The Duchess of Sussex and her PR team strategically timed her bombshell interview with The Cutto to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, according to Radar Online.
She also intends to release “Archetypes” podcast episodes this month, the first of which aired last week with Serena Williams as a guest.
However, a source told the magazine that the podcast was scheduled to debut the week after the Princess of Wales died.
“Meghan’s team agreed with the outlet that it had to premiere the week of August 29th. Meghan was not given copy or photo approval, but she was told when the interview would be broadcast.”
But are Meghan Markle’s new releases meant to compete with her mother-in-tragic law’s anniversary?
The Duchess is “complimenting” the occasion, according to the insider.
“What better moment for Meghan to speak up about how the royal family treated her? The same family that treated Princess Diana so poorly.”
They went on to say that the former “Suits” star knows what she’s doing because she not only scheduled her interview for this week but she also worked with Spotify to ensure her podcast will debut in August.
Other sources predict Meghan Markle will draw even more heavily on the late royal’s legacy, with a third source telling the newspaper that the ex-actress believes this is a winning formula.
Meghan is attempting to focus solely on becoming a household name and important figure in the United States, as she has already lost the favor of the British people – and, in the end, the former royal’s approach was successful.
According to another Radar report, Meghan Markle’s shocking interview with The Cut caused such uproar and fear at Buckingham Palace that Prince Charles and Prince William called an emergency meeting to figure out how they could clean up her latest disaster this time.
The royal family was allegedly unaware that the Duchess of Sussex had a sit-down interview with a newspaper in which she dramatically criticized the British media and brought up the racial claims once more, as well as addressed how she and her husband, Prince Harry, had been isolated from the royals.