Meghan Markle has been blasted as “delusional” for “underestimating” the royal family, following her recent comments about her experience as a member of the institution.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Markle said that she felt “trapped” and “isolated” during her time in the royal family, and that she had suicidal thoughts. She also said that a member of the royal family had made racist remarks about her son Archie.
Markle’s comments have been met with a mixed reaction, with some people expressing sympathy for her experience and others criticizing her for being “ungrateful” and “disloyal” to the royal family.
Some commentators have also accused Markle of being “delusional” for underestimating the challenges of being a member of the royal family. They argue that she was naive to think that she could join the institution and maintain her privacy and independence.
Others have defended Markle, saying that she was simply speaking her truth about her experience. They argue that she is entitled to share her story, even if it is critical of the royal family.
The debate over Markle’s comments is likely to continue for some time. However, it is clear that her experience has highlighted the challenges of being a member of the royal family, and the scrutiny that they are subjected to.