‘Good for her!’ Royal expert DEFENDS duchess’s new business venture

March 15, 2024 | by magnews24.com

Royal expert Jennie Bond has claimed that Meghan Markle has “the right” to use her Duchess of Sussex title after she faced criticism for her new lifestyle brand.

Meghan launched her brand, American Riviera Orchard, and in a video shared on Instagram, the duchess is seen picking flowers and cooking in a kitchen with “I Wish You Love” by Nancy Wilson playing in the background.

The duchess has been criticised for two things with the lifestyle launch. One is for launching the brand just hours before William and Harry were due to speak at the Diana Legacy Award event in London

The other is for using her royal title, as it says on the page: “Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.”

Speaking to GB News, Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond defended the 42-year-old, saying: “I personally don’t think it was deliberate on Meghan’s part. You know, she probably would get criticised whenever she launched it because there are a lot of other royal events going on all over the place.

“There’s suggestions that it was to upstage William. Harry was very much involved in these awards as well, and I’m sure she didn’t want to upstage her own husband.

“Good for her for launching this, this new venture. It’s exactly what she should be doing, I think.

“Good on her for launching something that is very genuinely her, she says. I think it is her forte. Her previous venture, The Tig, her Instagram account was a huge success and I think this will be a huge success.

“She is a very artistic, clever woman. Um, she wants to make her own money and this is a very legitimate way of doing it.”

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