What Meghan Wants, Meghan Gets (Or Doesn’t)

Is the era of “what Meghan wants, Meghan gets” well and truly over for the demanding and devious Duchess of Sussex?

It seems that the tawdry terror that is the Duchess of Sussex has finally completed her passage and morphed from the ‘Modern Day Mrs Simpson’ into the ‘Modern Day Marie Antoinette.’         


Living in extreme luxury in her £11 million mansion in California and having raked in over £147 million from Netflix and Spotify, the greedy grabber whom forms one half of the dubious duo that is ‘Ginge’ and ‘Cringe’ stands accused of telling porkie pies to a court in London and was somewhat charitably dubbed “difficult to deal with” in Monday night’s BBC show The Princes and the Press.


Slammed elsewhere in the French media with a “devastating backlash” that reference her as a liar and someone whose “mask has slipped,” the former Meghan Markle has also been shot down yet again by her very own father.


Speaking after his daughter’s car-crash interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Mr Markle raged:


“It’s no way to behave. The whole thing was kind of embarrassing. It was certainly embarrassing for the royal family. It’s embarrassing for her as well. I suspect it embarrassed everyone in the UK, too.”


“She’s putting herself out there as a duchess but I’ve never seen a duchess behave this way, doing stupid stunts… I love my daughter but her performance was ridiculous.”


“She insulted the queen, the royal family and the British people. She made a complete fool of herself and should lose her title.”


Going further of ‘MeGain’s’ claims that a car she had owned in her youth didn’t have functioning doors, her father commented:


“It was not a beat-up old car… The Ford Explorer she had in her early 20s that she mentioned was a good running vehicle. I don’t remember any time she had to crawl out of the back of it to get out, like she said. The doors worked fine on that vehicle until the day she got rid of it.”


Referencing Amol Rajan’s BBC show, which continues on Wednesday 8th December, the Daily Mail’s Richard Kay yesterday asked: “Why did the BBC give airtime to Meghan’s mouthpieces?” and specifically quite rightly questioned why “the duchess’s lawyer [Jenny Afia] spoke to [Rajan] with Meghan’s permission.”


In further observations, Kay questioned why the prattling PR peddler Omid Scobie was “amongst those given plenty of airtime” to say that “there were plenty of people who ‘felt [Meghan] needed to be put in her place.’” He added: “Why was this not properly challenged? More pertinently, Mr Scobie was not asked about his own relationship with the duchess.”


In analysis elsewhere, speaking on GB News, royal commentator Andrew Eborn suggested that “Meghan’s appearance on The Ellen Show is part of a PR campaign” and added: “I can tell you here and now she will be wanting to enter politics in the states.”


Instead of making such a move, the eternally power and privilege hungry Duchess of Sussex now ought to consider her position and recall the fate of Marie Antoinette. “Pardon me, sir, I did not do it on purpose” were the last words of the profligate, promiscuous French queen; “let them eat cake” – even if she never uttered such – is what she’ll be forever remembered for and ‘Murky Meg’ is well set for just the same epitaph.


‘Paris Match’s’ latest cover featuring a photograph of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in New York was accompanied by the headline: “Meghan: Why she lied, Harry betrayed by advisor.” The ‘Daily Express’ described the magazine’s coverage as being “scathing about the Sussexes” and added: “Paris-based British journalist Peter Allen claimed the magazine’s criticism of the Sussex royals is particularly significant because “the French media has been quite respectful towards them in the past.”
What Meghan wants, Meghan gets – Previous documentaries have featured former royal staff who have stated of the demanding duchess: “We have had report after report from people who have witnessed unacceptable behaviour.”
Other comments have included: “I am very concerned that the duchess was able to bully two PAs out of the household in the past year.”
Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.


  1. Royal commentator Andrew Eborn suggested that “Meghan’s appearance on The Ellen Show is part of a PR campaign” and added: “I can tell you here and now she will be wanting to enter politics in the states.”
    Well my previous comment doesn’t seem so far fetched where I suggested, that it wouldn’t surprise me if one day Meeeeegain is the first female president of the US.
    They both seem to be doing a great job keeping out of the public eye.


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