How Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Can Steal the Spotlight Back
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly said they don’t want “totally private lives.”
They desire public lives with more privacy.
A royal expert says that that’s achievable – as long as they don’t make one crucial mistake.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry want the spotlight back. Since moving to Los Angeles and stepping down from their roles as senior royals, the Sussexes have decided that they don’t want ” totally private lives” – but, rather, public lives with more privacy.
And while a royal expert believes it can be done, there will be specific strategies they can – and can’t – employ.
Expert: Meghan Markle Should Double Down on Activism
We all know Meghan Markle first achieved notoriety thanks to her role in the USA Network show, “Suits.” Of course, she garners most of her headlines these days thanks to whom she’s married to.
Murphy says that if the Sussexes stick to what Prince Harry has become known for, they’ll succeed in getting the spotlight back.
In their endeavors, Harry and Meghan won’t be branding themselves as royal, but it is impossible to erase the ties that, in Harry’s case, are lifelong. They retain some royal patronages, have a huge profile that exists because of the Royal Family and, most significantly, the Royal Family is their family.
So if that’s the case, I say… keep challenging, keep pushing, make them a little uncomfortable. Because it’s only in that discomfort that we actually create the conditions to re-imagine our standards, our policies, our leadership. To move towards real representation and meaningful influence over the structures of decision-making and power.