Meghan Markle Complains That “Ambition” Is A Dirty Word For Women
Meghan Markle used her new podcast to complain about how she feels "ambitious" women are perceived by society.
Meghan Markle released the first episode of her “Archetype” podcast on Tuesday, and unsurprisingly, she used it as a platform to shamelessly whine and complain about life as a royal while also preaching her “woke” propaganda.
If you can bare listening to Meghan Marke's nails-on-a-chalkboard voice, here she SLAMS the Royal Family by saying, "apparently ambition is a terrible, terrible thing – for a woman that is, according to some."#MeghanMarkle pic.twitter.com/kCv8mkyRsJ
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Meghan Whines On New Podcast
Page Six reported that while speaking to her guest, the tennis star Serena Williams, Meghan complained that she didn’t know that the word “ambitious” was seen as a “terrible thing” by society until she started dating Prince Harry.
“I don’t remember ever personally feeling the negative connotation behind the word ‘ambitious’ until I started dating my now-husband,” Meghan said. “Apparently ambition is a terrible, terrible thing, for a woman. That is, according to some. Since I’ve felt the negativity behind it, it’s [been] really hard to un-feel it.”
Meghan went on to lament that she “can’t unsee it, either, in the millions of girls and women who make themselves smaller – so much smaller – on a regular basis.”
Journalist Fires Back
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Journalist Ella Whelan, who wrote the book “What Women Want,” fired back by saying that when “powerful” celebrities like Meghan complain that ambition is a “dirty” word for women, it comes across as them “whining” about “not being celebrated enough.”
“The thing for me is ambition is only worth celebrating if the thing you’re being ambitious about is worthwhile,” Whelan said, according to Daily Mail.
“And the problem with Meghan Markle and other celebrities or Royals and very powerful professional women [..] whining [and saying all] you’re trying to do is be ambitious, is it comes across to your average woman [like] the women [..] who are trying to get the kids ready to go out or hoovering the sitting room as just professional middle-class feminism whining about not being celebrated enough,” she continued.
Royal Expert Weighs In
Royal commentator Angela Levin, who wrote a biography of Harry, also took issue with Meghan’s comments, given the fact that she “would still be a D-list celebrity if she had not married a prince.” She added that Meghan came across as “ungrateful and a victim” when she’s had “so many chances others had not.”
“She aligns herself with them [Serena Williams and next podcast guest Mariah Carey], but they have done brilliantly and overcome difficult childhood, whereas she has married a prince and spent a lot of money,” Levin said. “She thought it was normal to be ambitious and only when she started dating Harry did she realize that it was not welcomed. My goodness, that is a smack at Harry and a punch to the Royal Family. Harry told her about life in the Royal Family, but she obviously did not want to listen.”
Levin said that the Royal Family is ambitious, but its ambitions are focused on duty and giving.
“It is not about getting to the top,” she said. “Why is everything so hard for [Markle]? Because she won’t accept where she is and make the best of it. She has had a nanny when most could not. She has said we’ll see the real her, well she needs to justify the ambition claim she is making.”
Since stepping down as a senior royal and moving back to her home state of California, Meghan has made it clear that there’s nothing she loves more than whining and complaining. As a typically “woke” leftist, Meghan enjoys playing the victim as much as possible, so it comes as no surprise that she’s using her podcast to do just that.