Meghan is ‘wannabe Disney character’ with ‘lack of self-awareness’, says expert

In a blistering attack on the Duchess of Sussex, one royal commentator has slammed the “staggering lack of self-awareness” in Meghan Markle’s Variety interview.

Columnist Jonathan Sacerdoti said that one of the funniest bits of the interview, as far as he was concerned, was when Meghan was was asked if an actor were to play her in a hundred years’ time, what she hoped they focus on and she said “softness and playfulness and laughter”.

“None of those are words that one has heard used that often in describing Meghan Markle,” Sacerdoti said.

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Speaking to the Daily Express, Sacerdoti raged that Meghan “has little or no self-awareness and the ability to seem like a sort of animatronic version of herself”.

“It’s like she's a wannabe Disney character,” he added.

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Meghan has also come in for criticism from one of her former TV colleagues.

Recalling her time as a Deal or No Deal “briefcase girl” in the US version of the show, the Duchess of Sussex told her Spotify listeners that she and the other women on the show were made to “line up” for last-minute touch-ups before they walked onto the set.

These included, according to Meghan, adding “extra padding in your bra” and glass eyelashes and hairpieces.

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But Patricia Kara, whose tenure as a “briefcase girl” overlapped with Meghan’s, insisted on Inside Edition that “there was no bra station”.

Meghan's comments about the show’s “sexism” had already been slammed by another former “briefcase girl” Claudia Jordan, who now appears in Real Housewives of Atlanta, who hit out at Meghan on Instagram.

She wrote that all of the women working on the show had accepted the job understanding what it was, and added that it was unfair to criticise them.

Jordan said: "For clarity — yes getting a modelling gig on a game show isn’t necessarily about your intellect but [on] every show the executive producers picked five models with the most outgoing and fun personalities to place mics on, who they knew would engage with the contestants”.

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Meghan’s comments about feeling “objectified” on Deal Or No Deal were also picked up by Whoopi Goldberg.

Responding to Meghan’s statement that she quit the show because she felt "forced to be all looks and little substance."

"On that show, you basically had a suitcase and they wanted to know: 'Is this the deal you want, or is this not the deal you want?'" Goldberg said on "The View,” teh US version of Loose Women type show in the US.

"I don't know that the people who are sitting there are thinking about you like that," she added. "They're thinking I want the money."

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