SINCE leaving the Royal Family, Meghan Markle has embarked on a number of ventures she claims will help women around the world.
But her recently launched mentoring programme is just one of several that appears to have flopped, not because it isn’t a worthy cause, but because the Duchess of Sussex made the project “all about her”, an expert has claimed.
Meghan’s idea was that famous and successful women give up 40 minutes of their time to help women adjust back into the workplace after a year of covid lockdowns made the experience less familiar.
But royal biographer Duncan Larcombe says the idea has not gone done well in the UK, where hardworking mothers aren’t happy about Meghan lecturing them on returning to work from inside her $11 million mansion.
He told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat: “It’s great, she’s doing that, she’s just had a baby, and it’s all about Meghan, and it’s all rubbish frankly. It’s gone down so badly in this country.
“This initiative is nonsense, she should be spending her time trying to build bridges with the very people that she and Harry have betrayed…That’s what I think most people in this country believe,” he added.
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