Meghan Markle treated himself with & # 39; grace, control, and balance & # 39; amid controversy and & # 39; we all need to learn from her & # 39 ;, says the royal etiquette expert
- Meghan treated himself with & # 39; grace & # 39; during the investigation, says the royal etiquette expert
- The Duchess of Sussex, 38, confessed that she was struggling with the attention she received
- Etiquette expert Myka Meier insists that the British public should learn from & # 39; all of her & # 39;
Meghan Markle treated himself with & # 39; grace, control, and balance & # 39; during press research and & # 39; we should all learn from her & # 39 ;, said an expert in royal etiquette.
It is after the Duchess of Sussex, 38, confessed that she was struggling with the attention she has received since joining the royal family during ITV's Meghan and Harry: An African Journey.
Speak against Yahoo UK, etiquette expert Myka Meier: & # 39; I'm sorry to see the research Meghan is undergoing, I don't think it's a good etiquette.
& # 39; She has treated herself with so much grace and control and balance. I think these are all skills you can learn and I think we can learn from Meghan. & # 39;
Meghan Markle (pictured on the left, in Windsor and on the right in London, in October) presented himself with & # 39; grace, control, and balance & # 39; treated and & # 39; we should all learn from her & # 39 ;, said an expert in royal etiquette
During a one-to-one interview in the documentary, mother-for-one Meghan admitted to feeling vulnerable and talked about the difficulty of dealing with intense tabloid interest.
Meghan said: I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that is the part that is really hard to reconcile.
& # 39; I have long said to H – that's what I call him – it's not enough to survive. That is not the point of life. You must thrive and feel happy.
Harry and Meghan today showed their respect in London to soldiers and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice
She added: & # 39; I really tried to take over this British sensitivity from a stiff upper lip. I tried, I really tried. But I think that what it does internally is probably really harmful. & # 39;
The comments come as Meghan appears alongside her husband Prince Harry, 35, for a ceremony at the Field of Remembrance outside Westminster Abbey.
Prince Harry, who was wearing his ceremonial uniform from the Household Department, and Meghan planted little crosses to pay tribute to soldiers and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in conflicts over the decades.
The couple bowed their heads after placing a cross on a larger version made of poppies, while looking forward to a sea of crosses erected by military units and other groups associated with the First World War and other conflicts.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex express their respect as they visit the memorial field at Westminster Abbey today
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