Meghan Markle Given Podcast ‘Warning’ After ‘Issue’ In First Episode

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Meghan Markle has reportedly been issued a ‘warning’ ahead of her second podcast episode – featuring Mariah Carey – having ‘talked about herself’ much in the first episode.

After the first episode of Archetypes, which featured tennis legend Serena Williams, reached number one in the worldwide charts, royal commentator Kinsey Schofield has said Markle now ought to improve her interviewing style.

She told GB News: “I highly doubt Mariah will give her as much time to talk about herself as her friend Serena Williams did.

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“These are two huge names, obviously she’s going to use these names to elevate herself and elevate her brand.”

During the Williams episode, Markle said she hoped to address the ‘double standards’ faced by ‘ambitious women’ in today’s society.

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According to the Daily Star, Kinsey joined other experts in the field who alleged Meghan had not ‘grasped the opportunity’ to promote her cause, with one estimating the Duchess spoke ‘1.5 times more’ than her guest in episode one.

She said: “If the entire podcast is about how women are supposed to overcome stereotypes, I want to know how Serena Williams overcame stereotypes.

“She’s an incredible athlete, one of the greatest the world has ever seen. What struggles did she face and how did she overcome them?

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“This is a great opportunity for Meghan to really make a name for herself and be a face of the feminist movement.”

Kinsey did warn listeners that the alleged focus on Markle rather than her guest may not change in the second episode, however.

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