Royal watchers have drawn dozens of parallels between Meghan and Wallis, who became the Duchess of Windsor.
But one trait of Meghan’s personality and attitude towards the Royal Family makes her completely different from Wallis, according to English journalist Andrew Morton.
The writer, author of the biography Wallis In Love, believes Prince Harry’s wife is keen on playing a role in the Royal Family and wants to “give back” much more than the Duchess of Windsor ever did.
He said: “Meghan seems to have a sense of wanting to give back, whereas Wallis only ever wanted to take.”
Meghan seems to have a sense of wanting to give back, whereas Wallis only ever wanted to take
Meghan entered the British Royal Family by marrying Harry, 81 years after Wallis’ wedding to former King Edward VIII in 1937.
While Wallis caused a constitutional crisis and led to the abdication of King Edward VIII in 1936, Meghan has been immediately regarded as a perfect fit for the Royal Family.
Yet, there are still a number of factors that draw Meghan closer to Wallis than to any other member of the Royal Family.
Many biographers and royal watchers argue their similarities go beyond the fact that they were