Meghan Markle’s ‘gift’ to Kate and other royals ‘not properly appreciated’
Meghan Markle brought a "gift" to the Royal Family that was "not appreciated" by Prince William, Kate Middleton and other member of the Firm, a Royal author told the Daily Star.
The Duchess of Sussex is "not a dull person" and brought a "great deal of charisma" to the Royal institution, Sean Smith, author of Meghan Misunderstood, said.
Speaking to Daily Star, Mr Smith claimed the "gift" of the Markle sparkle was "not properly appreciated" by the Royal Family.
Mr Smith said he doesn't want to knock other members of the Firm, including Prince William and Kate, but claimed Meghan's "different life experience" brought something that is "now missing" in the Royal fold.
He claims this gift was her "articulate and eloquent" way of speaking, Mr Smith said, which in turn allowed her to give "very inspirational" speeches.
Citing her trip to Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham, the author said the Meghan hug was "fantastic" and often "brought empathy" to certain situations.
During the visit, Meghan asked Headboy Aker Okoye up onto the stage to speak about International Women's Day.
The 16-year-old confidently took her up on the chance and used the opportunity to tell the school: "She really is beautiful, innit?"
The moment sent roars of laughter around the school hall and Meghan embraced Okoye in a hug in what ended up being a viral moment.
Meghan's public speaking talent was not "appreciated," however, and the Royal Family are now struggling to find a connection that is "now missing".
Mr Smith said: "Meghan would be great in politics, I think the speeches she give are very inspirational and I think she is a tremendous public speaker.
"She is very very articulate too and it is a gift that she brought to the Royal Family, a gift that was not properly appreciated."
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He added: "Meghan Markle is not a dull person, she has a great deal of charisma that is now sadly missing in the Royal Family.
"For example, the Meghan hug was fantastic, of course you couldn't have that now because of Covid, but the empathy she brought to certain situations, for example the school in Dagenham, is just great.
"I don't want to knock members of the Royal Family, Prince William, Kate, and other members too, but Meghan has a different life experience than them.
"Meghan brought something that I think, is now missing."
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