Matthew Steeples suggests the Duchess of Sussex ought to give up any ambition to become a magazine editor
The Duchess of Sussex just cannot help herself. This mendacious meddler, in guest editing an edition of Vogue, has again shown herself to be nothing but ridiculous.
In response to this pointless piece of non-journalism, Jan Moir in the Daily Mail mockingly commented: “Baby, she is a firework! There certainly seems to be no end to Meghan’s philanthropy nor her desire to improve the world, raise awareness and brighten the experiences of those less fortunate” whilst The Sun mocked the extraordinary fact that this busybody “had spent the past seven months working on the magazine.”
Aside from choosing fifteen women – some of whom, like the privileged wife of the billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault, Salma Hayek, are just self-serving self-promoters (just like ‘Murky Mucky’ herself) – the ‘Modern Day Mrs Simpson’ opted to leave one space on the cover blank. That in this ‘foil mirror’ she suggests “readers can reflect how they can ‘effect change’ too” is not only ridiculous, but it also reflects how pompous this stupid woman truly is.
The Duchess of Sussex should learn one thing from this exercise: She’s not destined to become a journalist. Instead, today, we urge this hapless harridan to do what minor royals do best: Stick to opening village fetes.
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Don’t send this bird Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We don’t want her —- even if you don’t!!!!!!!!!!!
God she’s a bore!!!!!
You are quite right.
There’s nothing better than logging onto this website to have a gander at the phenomenal level of jealously from its editor. With all your resources, are you really reduced to critiquing the backsides of women, and complaining about motorised scooters!?
Aren’t coins smaller nowadays? Aren’t policemen younger nowadays?
I am certainly not jealous of that scavenging woman. I’d rather she just go away however.
As for motorised scooters, they are ILLEGAL on BOTH the pavement and the road. They are allowed on private property and thus ridiculous people who use this Potato-head are breaking the law and should be called out for such.
In defence of the minor working royals, they do far, far more than open village fetes. They work hard (doubtless some harder than others) on many, many, many worthwhile charities. Attaching their names to a charity really helps bring in the revenue. Just sayin’.
Yes, indeed, but in the case of the ‘Modern Day Mrs Simpson’, that does not appear to be what she’s attempting to seek out.