The media intimidation of Meghan Markle is still relentless, despite warnings from A-list stars like George Clooney to stop or possibly repeat the history of Princess Diana. You can probably claim that Clooney’s influence is less strong with the younger set with today’s paparazzi show. Some of those people were probably not even born when Princess Diana died in a Paris car accident due to hunting photographers.
Although you can claim that the media gives Meghan a hard time based on mere rumors, reports say that people who work for her give her unflattering nicknames. Probably, she becomes difficult and starts working with IRC assistants in her inner circle.
Let’s take a little time to find what is true and what isn’t.
Where did these rumors start?
You can figure this out about five months to November, when Meghan’s personal assistant (reportedly called Melissa) stopped because of the chaos. Her assistant is the one who apparently has dealt with many of the problems with Meghan’s father and other family members.
Yes, you could almost call this the role that the press secretary plays in protecting our president. This usually means that you fall on a grenade to maintain peace and reputation.
Sacrifice like this was probably not very common in royal circles in previous years. “Melissa” stopped the burnout, not included because she was deeply involved in the dizzying whirl of Meghan-Harry’s marriage hall.
Since November, the media have claimed that people who work for Meghan are now developing those nasty nicknames as they move on.
Reports of more royal assistants quitting and a new nickname
The latest news says that Meghan’s other royal staff members stop because they don’t like one thing: the Duchess of Sussex has a boundless work ethic.
If you think this sounds strange in the bigger picture, the British are apparently not used to the early rise schedule that Meghan was used to. As an actress, she had to work hard, and it usually meant she was on a set before the sun came up.
Its staff apparently cannot hack this, with the exception of all persistent internal dramas. As a result, she is nicknamed “Me-Gain”, “Difficult Duchess” and “Hurricane Meghan.”
Perhaps the latter is not entirely bad, even though the first two are painful to read, let alone to say.
How is Meghan reacting to these disparaging nicknames?
It is unknown how she responded to them. In fact, we don’t even know if they are true, because it is more news from second-hand sources about the royal family. Most of us get tired of hearing stories about Markle from dubious people who claim they have inside knowledge.
We also find it worrying whether there is any truth to the fact that “Me-Gain” is a racist term, as some have suggested on social media. Inside chatter about possible racism behind the center of Markle rumors is more than a little disturbing to consider. After all, the media raised this reality sooner when Meghan and Harry first came in contact with each other.
One thing we know is that these nicknames are right, Meghan can probably handle it, because she is known for her determination to work in Hollywood. The question is, will she find that a staff remains loyal to her?
The difficulty of finding people you can trust
You can certainly see the same complexity here as our current president who hires people in the White House. Although the quality of those candidates is highly controversial, it is probably just as difficult to interview similar people for Meghan’s staff.
Can she find people who give her full confidence and who have no bias or even hidden racist attitudes? Hopefully she can find staff who create more engaging nicknames, just like the other members of the royal family.
Meghan is already calling Harry “My Love,” Harry calls her “Meg,” and Meghan’s mother once called her “Flower.”
Let’s see that this flower continues to flower without the media giving it a continuous pile of dirt.