Meghan Markle believed she had more right to speak about philanthropy than Kate Middleton when she joined the royal family.
She saw herself as a philanthropist who could teach the royals about charity, but struggled when she realized the royal family already had established philanthropic endeavors.
Markle also felt uncomfortable playing second fiddle to Middleton and Prince William, and there have been ongoing rumors of a rift between the two women. (Trending: Tucker Reveals The Moment He Became A Full-Blown Trump Supporter)
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Markle “married into the family as an unknown, whereas Meghan regarded herself as a philanthropist who could teach the royals a thing or two about charity,” an inside source said.
“I think she found it difficult that the Royal Foundation was already a well-oiled machine by the time she got there,” the source added.
“She seemed to feel like she had more of a right to speak than her sister-in-law.”
“I think there was always a sense that Meghan felt she was a self-made woman whereas Kate hadn’t really had her own career.”
Additionally, Markle claimed that certain members of the royal family made racist comments before her son Archie’s birth.