Meghan Markle was not 'willing to listen to the royal family' and wanted to create her own rules, while working as a royal.
The Duchess of Sussex struggled to define her role within the monarchy as she was too much of "a maverick."
Royal commentators Tom Quinn and Emily Andrews said on Channel 5 documentary Meghan at 40 , "The Royal Family were very pleased that they could present Meghan as an ardent feminist because it looked really good for the Royal Family.
Quinn added, "The thing is, this is someone who wanted to be a feminist on her own terms. She was a maverick, and it’s very difficult to be a maverick in the royal family."
Emily Andrews continued, "I think all those positive attributes that Meghan had meant that she was not willing to listen and she was not willing to learn. She wanted to do everything herself."
Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kanye West earlier this year
Kid Cudi pens a note to Lil Nas X and lends him full support in future projects
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle recently got called out over their Times cover image
Lil Nas X shares how Miley Cyrus and Doja Cat impacted the way his career took off
Experts recently analyzed Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s christening plans for Lilibet back in the UK
Nicki Minaj received international attention after claiming that the Covid-19 vaccine left her cousin impotent