“She knew what she was signing up for.” “Being a royal is not easy.”
According to a report from People magazine, Meghan Markle is finding her new royal role challenging, with some of the rules of aristocratic etiquette “difficult to understand.”
The Duchess of Sussex, says a source, doesn’t agree with the Queen’s expectation that women wear dresses rather than pantsuits, and often asks Prince Harry to translate the other house rules. “I think she finds it a little frustrating at times,” the insider said, “but this is her new life, and she has to deal with it.”
Yahoo readers had a lot to say about the duchess’s 60 days as a royal: “No one said it would be easy Meg.” Another commenter wrote, “She is an actress who has been groomed for this role for years.”
Many readers came to Markle’s defense: “This is a marriage and a job and protocols can be confusing when things are new, but she’s getting it and doing well,” one commenter noted. “She's doing just fine, especially considering how many people (including members of her own family) want to see her fail,” another Markle fan wrote.
Overall, readers seemed to empathize with the duchess and wish her success in the future: “She has a lovely life. I’m happy for her.”
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