Meghan Markle has been more candid about her life, including her hardships and experiences as a royal and after leaving her duties, contrary to what she initially promised.
In recent interviews, the Duchess of Sussex revealed that a royal questioned her son’s complexion and that she and Prince Harry were planning a secret royal wedding instead of the highly publicized one in 2018.
Her claims, however, were eventually debunked when a priest came out to contradict what she said.
In an episode of “Royally Us,” royal experts Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross reflect on some of Meghan Markle’s words.
They even advised the former “Suits” star to be cautious about what she says because her remarks are easily fact-checked.
According to Ross, as reported by Express UK, large celebrities such as Meghan Markle should always run anything she says publicly through her PR and aides first to ensure that these blunders do not occur.
According to Garibaldi, Meghan’s boasts about marrying the Duke of Sussex twice are an example of her inflating her story.
“I don’t know if she’s exaggerating the truth a little bit to make it sound more flashy and splashy, but you got to really be careful.”
In addition, the podcast host stated that the accusations would never be accepted.
And if she continues to do so, people will lose faith in what Meghan and Prince Harry say, “because you keep, kind of, tripping up on yourself.”
Ross echoed her co-thoughts, with the host implying that people would be hesitant to believe Meghan the next time she said something.
Last month, royal critics and social media users accused Meghan Markle of lying about her son Archie’s story.
Archie’s nursery in South Africa caught fire, she said in her “Archetypes” podcast, but her baby was lucky to be alive because the nanny chose to bring him down with her when she went to get a snack.
People attacked the actress after hearing the story, claiming she exaggerated her testimony.
Piers Morgan, a critic of Meghan, emphasized how she made such a big deal out of the incident even though Archie was not in the room when it caught fire.
“So, just to get this right, the baby is, what, not even there? And because the baby wasn’t there, she was going to have difficulties going to a function? Oh my God.”