The words “royal wedding” and the names Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are on everyone’s lips these days. Many negative things have been reported about the American actress since the day it was announced that Meghan and Harry were dating. And an even bigger firestorm of reactions unleashed when the lovebirds announced their engagement on November 27, 2017.
Let’s face it: the media coverage of Meghan Markle has been anything but fair, balanced, or reasonable. The media seems to have been focused on bashing the Suits actress from the moment Prince Harry laid his eyes on the confident, mixed-race and raven-haired beauty.
As the royal wedding approaches, the drumbeat against Meghan has grown even louder, with media outlets painting her in bad light by citing questionable “insiders,” digging out Meghan Markle’s nude pics from her Instagram account and filmography, and publishing a barrage of articles about why she is unfit to be in Buckingham Palace after May 19, 2018.
After Prince Harry and Meghan announced their engagement, the press kept slinging mud at both Meghan and her family. Her father, Thomas Markle Sr., has been hit the hardest, with media outlets claiming he staged photos to recast his “loving father” image. Negative headlines and inaccurate portrayals of the Markles family kept mounting when Meghan’s half-sister, Samantha Grant, has had conflicting things to say about Meghan, whom she calls “Princess Pushy” in her upcoming tell-all book, The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister.
Many people are saying that Meghan should not be allowed to be wear the crown. They say that members of the Markle family are bad, but OK! is going to prove them wrong. Let’s throw cold water on the negative coverage of Meghan Markle, and show that she’s got what it takes to be a great duchess.