Meghan Markle is “too good” for the Royal Family, according to a high powered publicist she used to work with. Recent reports have suggested that the 37-year-old American former actress was planning to move to the UK to reinvent herself in a move away from Hollywood stardom before she met and fell for Prince Harry, 34.
PR man Nick Ede from media company M&CSaatchiMerlin was one of the people who worked with Meghan as she tried to transform herself from US TV star to a force to be reckoned with in the British socialite network. Nick suggested Meghan co-host a 2013 charity event - the Global Gift Foundation (which in the past has been attended by the likes of Victoria Beckham and has Hollywood actress Eva Longoria as an ambassador) - alongside British model Oliver Cheshire.
The PR guru has since worked with Meghan and has very high praise for her indeed - with the MailOnline quoting him as saying the American star is “too good” for the Royal Family.“She ticks every single box, from the way that she looks to the way she thinks and speaks,” the MailOnline quotes him as saying. “There is nothing that is wrong in her, apart from maybe writing on bananas. But nothing else,” he continued - referencing an incident in February when Meghan wrote messages to sex workers on fruit at a charity visit. “She has never put a foot wrong,” Nick added.
Meghan, of course, went on to meet, date, and marry Harry - with the happy couple staring a family of their own earlier this month with the arrival of their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Meanwhile, Meghan's initial plans to date British men have been making headlines in recent weeks as it has been suggested UK stars were trying to find eligible bachelors for her to date before she met Prince Harry.Read More