Meghan could learn from Princess Anne who never overstayed welcome – expert

Megan Markle could have learned some lessons from Princess Anne who has never "tried to cash in on her status" or "overstayed her welcome", a royal commentator claimed.

Anne remarked two years ago, when Meghan and Prince Harry were still royals, that they probably don’t understand her philanthropic legacy.

Royal commentator Jan Moir chimed in on these comments to address the stark differences between Anne and the modern royals.

Ms Moir claimed Anne had a "lot" she could teach the two Sussexes about their publicity choices.

She said Anne had never tried to "cash in on her status, push herself into the limelight, or overstay her welcome."

The commentator added that the Queen's daughter never tried to be "something she’s not" and "endear herself to the public."

Ms Moir's damning comments were in response Anne's interview in Vanity Fair in April 2020, where she revealed her scepticism about the new generation of monarchy.

Anne the publication: "I don't think this younger generation probably understands what I was doing in the past and it's often true, isn't it?

"You don't necessarily look at the previous generation and say, Oh, you did that?' Or, You went there?

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"Nowadays, they're much more looking for, Oh let's do it a new way.

"And I'm already at the stage, 'Please do not reinvent that particular wheel.

"We've been there, done that. Some of these things don't work. You may need to go back to basics."

It is believed Anne could have been making reference to Prince Harry’s climate change venture, Travalyst.

Ms Moir wrote: "Saving the planet, recycling and thrift? There is a lot she could teach the Sussexes.

"Anne hasn’t bought a new skirt since 1977 and often turns up in something that looks like it’s been run up from a pair of old curtains from the shed — quite possibly because it has."

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