Why Meghan Markle's Media Coverage Seems To Have Turned Sour, Per 'News.com.au'

Mizuki Hisaka

Some royal fans may believe that the media coverage of Meghan Markle has changed over the past few weeks, with more emphasis on negative coverage rather than the positive. And according to an opinion piece published by News.com.au, the reason may simply be that it's the typical pattern for women who have recently married into the monarchy.

"The way that Meghan is being talked about now mirrors the way that people talked about Diana and, later, Fergie in the immediate aftermath of both of their royal weddings."

Moreover, the departure of Meghan's personal aide, Melissa, prompted speculation that the duchess is hard to work with. That was coupled with reports that Markle wakes up at 5:00 a.m. and starts sending texts to her aides. And apparently, such a work ethic is not expected, nor does it sound like welcomed.

Plus, the newest bombshell report purports that Meghan actually made Kate Middleton cry in the time leading up to the royal wedding. It was supposedly over a bridesmaid fitting for Princess Charlotte, although further details have not been revealed.

And because the royals don't have social media accounts to share their inner thoughts and desires, much of the speculation is based on insider information. So a lot of the rumors can't be directly validated with the people concerned most of the time, which can leave a lot up for interpretation.

Whatever the case, royal fans will need to make up their own minds about what they think is going on.