Duchess Meghan: – Book: – It’s unbelievable that I didn’t get paid

Duchess Meghan: - Book: - It's unbelievable that I didn't get paid

As a member of the royal family, there are certain duties and responsibilities that come with this role. Megan (41) She entered the British royal family in 2018, when she got married Prince Harry (38)And with this title came responsibility.

The Duke couple made their first trip together as representatives of the British royal family that same year. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan spent 16 days in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

But Meghan is said to have immediately become skeptical of royal duties. Writes times.

– gross: A group of Britons speaking to the streets of London, Dagbladet, after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, are not generous in their criticism of their media.
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This is revealed in the new book “Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown” written by court expert Valentin Law. In the book, among other things, the Duchess’ reaction to her new duties is revealed.

During the 16 days, the Duke and Duchess attended no fewer than 76 events. According to the author, Meghan’s “unofficial way of handling the royal visit” should have been appreciated by the Australian population.

She must have also enjoyed the attention, but she didn’t see the point of walking around to greet countless strangers.

– I find it absolutely unbelievable that I don’t get paid for this, and she is said according to the staff, says the book.

Client: Things didn’t quite go according to plan when Meghan Markle was presenting a trophy to Prince Harry and his teammates. Video: Red Card / Bamboo.
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Nor should she understand why there are people outside the Sydney Opera House waiting for them.

– What is everyone doing here? It’s just stupid.

Then the staff should try to explain to her that the people were there because they “admired and supported the King and the institution she represents,” the book states.

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