Revealed: How Meghan followed Beatrice and Eugenie with Vogue piece criticism

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the daughters of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, have been in the spotlight since they caused royal baby fever of their own when they were born in 1988 and 1990. However, the sisters, who have been recently been seen most memorably at Princess Eugenie's stunning royal in October 2018, have faced criticism over the years for their perceived extravagance and peculiar choices. Last year, they came under fire for collaborating with Vogue, whcih their royal relative Meghan Markle has also faced this week with her guest-edited issue of the magazine. 

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Pod Save the Queen is hosted by Ann Gripper and features Daily Mirror Royal Editor Russell Myers.

In an episode which aired in August 2018, Mr Myers criticised Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie appearance in that month’s Vogue magazine, in an interview titled “Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie On Keeping It Real".

Mr Myers said: “It’s pretty cringeworthy in my opinion.

“The very fact that they are talking about the pressures of their personal lives, about being young independent woman while being members of the Royal Family – it’s just a bit too much to stomach for some people, myself included.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie; Meghan MarklePrincess Beatrice ,Princess Eugenie and Meghan Markle (Image: Getty)

Beatrice and Eugenie with Prince AndrewBeatrice and Eugenie with Prince Andrew at Prince Harry's royal (Image: Getty)

“Princess Beatrice said, ‘It’s hard to navigate situations like these because there's no precedent, no protocol, we’re the first’ –

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