The Queen was a ‘shining example’ of female leadership, says Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle, the 37-year-old who was recently confirmed as the future queen of England, has insisted that the late Princess Diana was still “a shining example” of a woman.
“It is only in the last few years that there has been a change in the public’s attitude to women in the workplace,” she said at the G-20 summit in Turkey, where her parents were also attending along with former President George W Bush.
“The Queen inspires me to be a better human being and I am inspired by other women because I believe that it’s how we treat one another that makes us stronger. That’s why I am so grateful that she gave us the legacy.”
Markle, who grew up in the royal court and is married to Prince Harry, has just completed her first year as a member of the royal family.
However, she has promised not to “waste time” waiting on the British monarchy’s royal wedding, despite speculation that the ceremony will take place in 2020.
Meghan Markle, the younger sister of Prince Harry, has spoken about growing up in the royal family and the importance of female leadership
Meghan Markle, the 37-year-old who was recently confirmed as the future queen of England, has insisted that the late Princess Diana was still a’shining’ example of a woman
“We will all be spending this year celebrating the life of the Queen who has left a lasting legacy that will inspire all of us to be more kind, loving and charitable, and it will help us to live out our lives with more courage, grace and beauty,” she said.
I don’t want to start a new tradition, Meghan said. “You just don’t start something and then leave it. I see myself as an example of what a woman should be. As long as I am in the job I want to do, I am going to do the job and I am going to do it well.”
In an interview with GQ magazine, Meghan has talked about growing up in the royal court and the importance of female leadership.
“When I was growing up, I really liked being around my sisters and they took care of me.