Duchess Meghan spoke to 2,000 young leaders at a summit in Manchester – but she spoke almost entirely of herself.
Duchess Meghan, 41, and her husband Prince Harry, 37, are under special scrutiny: Even before their first brief tour of the UK after ‘Megxit’ 2020, the resignation of the royal family, negative headlines are now beginning to emerge. in the United States of America.
Both the press and the public awaited the performance in Manchester with enthusiasm and a great deal of skepticism – and they were not disappointed. Duchess Meghan gave a speech at the “One Young World” summit, an international summit of young leaders, in which, according to “Majesty Magazine”, she referred to herself 54 times in seven minutes – but her speech was supposed to end. gender equality.
As soon as they arrived in front of Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, the couple were greeted with boos, and the crowd called them ‘Fake Royals’. One viewer of the Daily Mail said it was impossible not to hear the calls – disaster had run its course.
In the meeting room, the Duchess was greeted with standing ovations. She then began her speech with a chant to her husband, Prince Harry, referring to herself as “The Girl from the Suits Show”. “I used to be like you, I was young and ambitious,” she continued. Then body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas tagged Twitter where the American referred to herself all over the place.
However, it was already clear that Megan’s speech would be carefully scrutinized by the press. In fact, she only spoke briefly once about a woman other than herself – a young Eritrean woman she once met in Dublin. Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, was taken aback by the speech – she didn’t think 2,000 young listeners would understand a single word of the speech. Royal author Phil Dampier even went so far as to accuse Duchess of Meghan of a well-planned PR campaign that used her acting skills. In any case, he could not determine the content or the meaning.
The Duchess may be pursuing a political agenda and wants to prepare for a possible nomination to the US Congress or Senate, according to famed author Robert Jobson (58), who wrote a biography on Meghan’s son-in-law Prince William (40).
What’s up with Harry?
Prince Harry was visibly lost in all the hustle and bustle surrounding his wife. Observers want to note how uncomfortable the situation was for him. When Duchess Meghan mentioned him in his speech, he was embarrassed, Phil Dampier told the Daily Mail.
For the youngest son of Prince Charles (73) and Lady Diana (1961-1997), this is not an easy day in his old homeland. Shortly before he and Duchess Meghan left for Great Britain, it was said that his brother Prince William did not want to speak to Harry again until he published his memoirs in the winter.
Harry and Meghan are expected to arrive in Dusseldorf on Tuesday. After returning from Germany, where Harry will be promoting the Invictus Paralympics, the prince will deliver a speech as ambassador for a charity on Thursday. (read)
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