Meghan Markle has been accused of being vain in how she approaches her public role.
"I think actually she's somebody who needs to be adored all the time by the public," royal expert Angela Levin revealed.
This insight comes after it was revealed that the Duchess of Sussex's talent agency, WME, is distressed by the controversy surrounding Omid Scobie's Endgame. In the Dutch edition of that book, Meghan's 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey was brought up, but Scobie said it was two royals — King Charles III and Kate, Princess of Wales — that inquired about Prince Archie's eventual skin color.
"They said they were horrified. That can't be just about the two names that have been mentioned, but it must be about their client Meghan. And it seems to me that they will think very carefully about what they do next. I've never really heard any really well-known agency be so clear about what they felt. They didn't mention the writer, they mentioned it in general. So I think Meghan needs to be very careful because a lot of people have dropped her and this agency's actually said to her, stop moaning, you've got to be happy and positive because everyone's getting fed up with it," Levin added.
She continued: "So she got very close up to Harry and dragged him along to all the dancing and singing and all that sort of stuff. But if he now feels he's got an even harder job to do to get her famous in terms of what she's doing, not just because she's married to Harry, it's going to be difficult. They can make lots of money, but the money is useful to her and Harry because they can spend it and have lots of jewelry and all their bedrooms and bathrooms."
One solution that has apparently been suggested for the duo to help stave off the Endgame scandal is a return to Britain. "Meghan has no desire to be in the U.K., she feels rejected by them, and she doesn't want to put herself in a position to be humiliated by them again the way they booed her in the past," royal commentator Kinsey Schofield dished in November.
"I do think Harry had a really hard time when the palace rejected his request to stay there during the WellChild awards, but I wonder how much having a residence has to do with him wanting that counselor of state role that a lot of people would like to see him lose. I also wonder, does it have anything to do with his visa because he's not an American citizen? Does he need to have a residence in the U.K. to maintain whatever it is he has in the U.S. that they're so secretive about?" she added.
GBN interviewed Levin.