MEGHAN MARKLE’s claims she did not know about the Royal Family have been dismissed by an unearthed blog post on The Tig. Meghan Markle, 40, claimed to Oprah Winfrey in 2021 that she “didn’t know anything about the family” before meeting Prince Harry. But royal commentator Zoe Forsey pointed out an unearthed blog post where the Duchess of Sussex discusses Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding to Prince William in 2011.
Meghan has told Oprah: “Thank God I didn’t know a lot about the family. Thank God I hadn’t researched. I would’ve been so in my head about it.” Speaking on Pod Save the Queen, Ms Forsey said: “It was a really popular blog post. My favourite blog post was when she blogged about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding having watched it as a non-royal.”
Royal editor Russell Myers interjected: “But didn’t know anything about the Royal Family or who they were or who Prince Harry was. “I mean, come on.” Ms Forsey continued: “She posted about all the pomp and circumstance surrounding the royal wedding.
“She said, ‘grown women seem to retain this childhood fantasy, just look at the pomp and circumstance surrounding the royal wedding and endless conversations surrounding Princess Kate’.”
Meghan, who could be set to relaunch her lifestyle blog The Tig which she shut down when joining the Royal Family. The Mail on Sunday reported that the Duchess of Sussex’s lawyers has filed an application to trademark The Tig.
Further unearthed posts discussed by Ms Forsey revealed Meghan’s 2016 New Year’s resolution list. Ms Forsey said: “I actually went back and looked at some of the stuff that Meghan used to blog about to see if it does come back, what we might have in store.
“She posted her New Year’s resolutions on there. “She said that every year she was going to take up running, give up the unladylike habits which were swearing and biting her nails so, insight there. “She also spoke about how her day-to-day life and about how she juggled being famous with the day job of being an actress and also giving back.”