Meghan Markle (38) and Prince Harry (34) have shown that they are modernizers who are not afraid to do things in their own way. While the divergent approach of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to royal life may upset the traditionalists, others feel like a breath of fresh air. The British royal family builds on old customs, for which Meghan and Harry have little time, claimed a royal commentator.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had some busy months – from greeting their son Archie Harrison in the world to building their Sussex Royal brand.
The couple has recently split from Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, to focus on their own philanthropic mission.
Meghan coined the fashion world when she edited the September issue of British Vogue as a guest editor and returned home on maternity leave Thursday to launch her own women's clothing collection for charity.
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The Sussex clan will be flying to Africa later this month for a 10-day Royal Tour, with Baby Archie expected to appear in public with his parents for the first time.
Despite their best intentions, Meghan and Harry were also weakened by some of their behaviors.
While Meghan and Harry have demanded a degree of privacy, they also have a number of prominent friends.
Meghan's decision to fly to New York to see girlfriend Serena Williams in the US Open final was considered by critics to be a bad move after she had rejected the Queen's invitation to Balmoral.
A royal commentator has claimed that Meghan and Harry's jetsetter lifestyle are a sign that they are dissatisfied with the status quo.
Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: "They've shown all signs that they are dissatisfied with conventional royal roles. Meghan's refusal to visit Balmoral at the Queen's to watch Serena Williams playing tennis is just an indication of what was already clear. "
The high profile of their royal roles means that Meghan and Harry's every step is scrutinized and there were a number of mistakes.
Prince Harry is an active climate change activist, but he and Meghan have been heavily criticized after taking a series of private jets this summer.
There was also public outrage after it became known that the couple had spent £ 2.4 million on the renovation of Frogmore Cottage.
There are rumors that Meghan and Harry might eventually move out of the UK altogether.
MR Fitzwilliams claimed that when the Sussexes built poles, they faced new obstacles.
He said, "If you move abroad for a long time, you're faced with high security demands and the problem of Archie's education and the challenge of reconciling activities abroad with those in the country."
"In addition, the question is asked why the British taxpayer, who paid for the renovation of his house, should finance this?
"They are currently living dangerously badly after the attacks on them over hypocrisy over the use of private jets, and they expect their activities to continue to surprise us at home and abroad."
Mr. Fitzwilliams highlighted the dynamic work that Meghan and Harry are making with Sussex Royal: "Meghan's articulate and dedicated speech without notes when she started her Smart Works fashion line was another example of how dynamic a duo will be that she and Harry will become be in supportive concerns that they believe in. "