The Duchess of Sussex revealed how she disliked the “culture of instant gratification” in today’s society where people now expect an “instant fix”. She said that humans are not “mechanical objects that need to be fixed” and should be seen as “wounded creatures that need to be healed”, according to the MailOnline.
The new mother visited the Luminary Bakery which is a north London-based project helping disadvantaged women.
The women at the bakery also featured in Meghan’s guest-edited issue of British Vogue.
Meghan spoke to a woman who was a victim of domestic violence.
She said to the woman: “I was talking about this with someone the other day. We get into this habit of wanting things done immediately nowadays.
Meghan Markle news: Duchess admits ‘we’re all wounded’ in heartfelt confession (Image: GETTY)
The new mother visited the Luminary Bakery which is a north London-based project (Image: GETTY)
“There's a culture of instant gratification, of the instant fix. But we aren't mechanical objects that need to be fixed. You're a wounded creature that needs to be healed, and that takes time.”
Meghan told The Daily Telegraph: “I find that when you strip all the layers away, as people, and especially as women, we can find deep connection with each other, and a shared understanding.
“Our lives may be different, our backgrounds, our experiences, all varied, but I find that in these moments of connection it becomes abundantly clear that our hopes, our fears, our insecurities, the things that make us tick….
“Well, those are very