The couple, undeterred by the relentless attacks and driven by a real passion to make a difference, continue to use their platform to address issues that are pertinent to the lives of people in a substantive and value-based way.
Duchess Meghan is not the problem and never was. You are the problem if you are finding it very difficult to accommodate diversity and a visionary mind.
The tabloids had Prince Harry’s clearly written words and still they found a way to purposely misinterpret what was said, yet he is expected to believe that granting them the level of access they want will move them to act in good faith.
The Duke was happy to share his general happy birthday statement to his wife with their 9+ million followers. What he actually said to her on that day, how they spent time on that day, and even what he gifted her, remains private.
Hopefully when these propaganda hacks get on the train, or bus or the next flight to South-Africa to cover the Sussexes tour, they will consider offsetting their carbon footprint, now that they have become so “knowledgeable” about it.
So the ongoing smear campaign is not really about private jets, it’s about vileness; it’s about character assassination from those who are awfully biased and jealous of a young couple who truly desire to make the world a better place and at the same time, KEEPING IT REAL WITH THEMSELVES.
The media’s sense of entitlement to every aspect of the Sussexes’ life seems disproportionate given the frequency with which they remind readers that Prince Harry is “only sixth in line to the throne”.
Though Meghan was not a regular tabloid fixture, much of her work and the essence of who she is, was and is still easily available in pictures, videos and write-ups in her own words as well as others’.
Ironically, these concerned taxpayers and their media advocates are content with other royals whose residences cost much more but have little to show for it, and will point to every excuse in the book to defend it.