Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP
Melissa Stevens
Opinion

Opinion

Melissa Stevens

Why Megxit is a win for women and girls: there’s a lot more to real life than being a princess

  • Many can’t seem to understand why Meghan Markle wouldn’t want to be a princess. But what woman, especially a self-proclaimed feminist, would really be satisfied with living a life where she can’t speak out or act without royal clearance?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Less than two years later, Markle’s rejection of royal life has been emphatic. Photo: AP
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