Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seem to be on a mission to help others in need, but journalist Angela Epstein questioned their tactics.
"Everything that Harry and Meghan do is coming from a good place," Epstein said on Jeremy Vine's show. "They want to make the world better, are they doing it in the right way? Possibly not. Do we entirely give them some kind of credibility for the stance they take? Not entirely sure."
"The thing is it's all about swapping sides when it suits and is the mighty dollar more powerful than heartfelt policies," she continued. "I think sometimes with Meghan and Harry they need to just sort of stand back a bit and take a view on the way they're being perceived and the things that they say. They are in a very entitled position, they have moved away from the royal family."
She concluded, "There is a lot of ill feeling about the way the break up was carried out and this was a marvelous opportunity to say aren't you being a bit hypocritical."
This comes after the news that Meghan and Harry announced a multi-year partnership with Proctor & Gamble.
"Based on shared values, the partnership will focus on gender equality, more inclusive online spaces, and resilience and impact through sport," they said via their Archewell website. "It will build on joint aspirations. Through Archewell Foundation, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on a mission to build a more equitable and just future for women and girls. In this partnership, Archewell Foundation and P&G will put a priority focus on gender equity."
Despite Epstein's criticism, fans took to Twitter to praise the pair for their achievements.
One person said, “Proud of the Sussexes work. This is community impact. This is how you advocate for change. This is how you make the world a better place — by uplifting others!” while another user echoed, “Prince Harry and Meghan definitely made the right move stepping down from their royal duties. This is more great news for them. They have truly come into their own.”
“Wow! This is excellent! Harry and Meghan are a real force ... I can’t keep up with them and I love it," a third person shared.