Meghan Markle only announced her 40×40 initiative on August 4th, on the occasion of her 40th birthday, but it did not go well in the UK for her own selfish reasons.
Royal biographer Duncan Larcombe thinks it was a flop because it sent the wrong message to other working women. He claimed that it felt like the Duchess of Sussex was lecturing the women about returning to work while relaxing in their 11 11 million mansion in Montecito, California.
He acknowledged that what Meghan Markle had done was a good thing, especially since she had a daughter, LeBlanc, in June. But then he turned around because he believed the 40×40 initiative had “fallen badly in this country.”
“That’s great. She’s doing it. She has a baby now. And it’s all about Meghan. And it’s all nonsense.” True Royalty TVThe Royal Beat added that the former “suit” star was not qualified to talk about women’s leadership because he had “left a trail of destruction on Markle Side and Windsor Side.”
“I don’t want to see her lecturing young mother back to work from inside her ڈالر 11 million mansion … I think most people in this country believe,” he said.
The Duchess of Sussex announced her 40×40 move in a video posted on Archwell. In it, she revealed that she had invited 40 working women to provide 40 minutes of guidance. She believes it can help empower and encourage them and build or regain their trust. Attendees include former First Lady Hillary Clinton, English singer Adeel and other athletes, activists, artists, celebrities and political figures.
Princess Eugenie was the only member of the British royal family to publicly support the move. On the other hand, others were silent. Larcombe called the reason “nonsense” and suggested that instead of lecturing on the advice, Meghan Markle should “spend her time trying to build bridges with the people she and Prince Harry betrayed.” Is.”