Meghan Markle Breaks One Royal Tradition To Change The World For The Better, Claims Royal Expert
November 22, 2018 11:28 By Fabiosa
When the Duchess of Sussex gave her first speech at the launch of her charity project, she blew everyone away with her powerful words and strong delivery. She is one of those people who are gifted with a talent of public speaking.
But many were presently surprised to find out that everything the Duchess said came from her heart, as she was the one who wrote the speech and this is something that royals don’t usually do.
The feminist Princess
In the ABC News special, Meghan’s New Life: The Real Princess Diaries, royal experts revealed that Prince Harry’s wife does her own thing when it comes to speaking in front of the public.
Royal editor Omid Scobie noticed that Meghan was carrying handwritten notes before she gave her speech in Fiji, which caught his attention, so he asked a palace aide whether the Duchess wrote the speech herself, because this is very unusual for royals. And the aide answered:
This was all her, she's been up for days working on this speech.
And it wasn’t only the preparation that was surprising, but the subject, as well. Meghan is the only royal who's talked about feminism. Women's equality is a subject she is very passionate about, so she has brought it up quite a few times already.
It's certainly something the Queen doesn't do, nor does Kate Middleton do. Meghan is the feminist princess of our dreams.
"Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly the education they have the right to receive. And for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital.” — The Duchess of Sussex at @UniSouthPacific #RoyalVisitFiji pic.twitter.com/ZWXxiBNcEY— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 24, 2018
This is how modern royal history is being made and it’s an important change, because, in her new role, Meghan inspires and gives hope to girls all over the world to not be afraid to speak up and let their voices and opinions be heard. We applaud her for that.