Meghan Markle the scrutiny she has faced since becoming a royal after she revealed in an ITV documentary that she was struggling being a new mum in the spotlight. Speaking to Tom Bradby, the Duchess admitted the past year had been “hard” as she had “no idea” of the amount of publicity she would get. But in a recent interview with the Telegraph, Meghan said she isn’t actually worried what people think of her, and that she cares more that people listen to what she has to say.
Meghan made these comments when speaking to The Telegraph’s Bryony Gordon after the Duchess visited the Luminary Bakery, that doubles as a social enterprise.
Ms Gordon writes: “If I have learnt anything about Meghan in the time I have known her, it is that she is a doer not a wallflower.
“She lives in the solution, not the problem.
“She told me that she didn’t want people to love her - she just wanted them to be able to hear her.”
Meghan Markle has said she 'doesn't want people to love her' (Image: PA)
Meghan Markle made the comments at a visit to the Luminary Bakery this week (Image: SussexRoyal/PA)
Meghan visited the bakery earlier this week, which aims at equipping women from vulnerable circumstances, such as abuse, poverty and marginalisation with the job skills and confidence to succeed.
She wore a casual jeans and shirt combo for the surprise appearance as she listened to women who have suffered from abuse.
Speaking at the bakery, Meghan said: “One of the things I have realised since being here is that people have an expectation when I’m coming somewhere, so I’m like, let’s just be really relaxed, keep everyone nice and