Meghan Markle was recently featured in Variety, where she discussed various topics, including some common misconceptions about her.
The magazine published the most recent interview earlier this week, although it was allegedly recorded twice.
The Duchess of Sussex chose to re-record her explosive interview with Variety because it was recorded shortly before Queen Elizabeth II’s death, and she wanted to pay her respects.
Following the death of the former monarch on September 8, the 41-year-old mother of two praised her “warmth” and “leadership,” but she said nothing about other members of the royal family, including her in-laws.
According to the Daily Mail, the second interview was conducted to avoid distraction following the late monarch’s death.
According to Variety, Meghan Markle agreed to “sit again” after returning to the United States following Queen Elizabeth II’s burial because the photoshoot and video call took place eight days before her death.
The former “Suits” star “stopped birthday revelers in their tracks” when she arrived at a ranch in Santa Barbara before traveling to London with her husband, Prince Harry, for their tour of US projects, according to the report.
However, Queen Elizabeth II died just 24 hours before Meghan’s trip to Germany, and Variety reported that Meghan wanted to “sit back for a long chat about her route to the present.”
Writer Matt Donnelly wrote:
“She worries that any comments about the Queen or her in-laws will be ‘a distraction’ from continued mourning, but presses on to celebrate the icon.”
During the Duchess of Sussex’s lengthy interview, it was revealed that Meghan Markle has retired from acting but would still help someone who wanted to play her in a film. She also doesn’t want her children, Lilibet and Archie, to be discouraged from pursuing an acting career like herself.
Meghan spoke about how things are going in her new life with Prince Harry. She revealed that they both work in the same office after getting their children dressed in the morning.
When not participating in Zoom sessions, they “commute” to Los Angeles and visit an In-N-Out burger drive-thru where the employees remember their orders.
Meghan claimed that her friends comforted her after their shocking appearance with Oprah Winfrey.
“Never underestimate the power of sisterhood and female solidarity.”
When Queen Elizabeth II died, the Duchess of Sussex expressed gratitude for the opportunity to be with and support her husband, Prince Harry.
“In big moments in life, you get a lot of perspective. It makes you wonder what you want to focus your energy on. Right now, we feel energized and excited about all of the things we’ve been building toward.”