Within the royal family, Meghan Markle is known as a non-conventional member. She often deviates from following traditions that are dubbed protocol-breaking actions. Her rank is further back as compared to senior members of the family. So, it liberates her from certain rules.
As the Duchess is heavily pregnant and her due date is near, it's the only subject to criticize about her. Piers Morgan had previously made some harsh remarks regarding her parenting skills. He 'predicted' that Meghan would insist on being considered a ‘co-parent’ rather than a ‘mother.' This kind of rant is very common. Now, someone is here to give a reasonable insight into her behavior.
Not the one to fit the mold
Meghan Markle certainly not a follower but it's not necessarily a bad thing. This similar notion was suggested by Princess Diana's ex-butler, Paul Burrell.
He exclusively confided in US Weekly that he is not buying the rumored rift between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex. He believes the two ladies understand their positions very well and don't consider each other as a threat.
Burrell further explained how Meghan only speaks her mind and portrays her beliefs honestly. As an American woman, this is exactly how she should voice her opinions anyway. He said:
I have no doubt that Meghan is not a ‘yes’ person.
Prince Harry's anticipated reaction to criticism
Previously, the May edition of Tatler had disclosed an unflattering title of Meghan that Kensington Palace staffers had reportedly given her - 'Me-Gain'. Royal insider, Dickie Arbiter, told Nine News Australia, this might be disturbing for Prince Harry. He commented:
[Harry] will be angry, he will be upset, he will want to keep his head down and he will want to protect Meghan.
We've heard many speculations that we can't possibly interpret. Now, It's time to not only believe but also know the truth. Do you think Paul Burrell is just trying to read the subtext?