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Why a “Baptism of Fire” awaits Meghan Markle?


Meghan Markle just passed the “100-day” mark since the royal wedding. This meant, all sorts of analyses and referendums on how well she has handled herself.

 The fall promises to be a very important one for the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan.

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Dickie Arbiter, a royal commentator told The Royal UK in a new report-

“I think Meghan has been on a tremendous learning curve. With her being from the U.S, the concept of monarchy is a bit alien. So, it’s been a great learning curve she has taken in her stride and managed incredibly well”.

“The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan have shown they are getting on incredibly well and always look so fantastically in love”.

But, why does Arbiter believe the true test of Meghan’s mettle will come this fall?

Arbiter sees the two-and-a-half-week upcoming trip that Meghan and Harry will take to Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand. He believes it is going to be hugely important for Meghan’s standing.

According to some reports, Meghan has been preparing for months for this trip, which coincides with the Sydney Invictus Games. Arbiter believes this tour will be the ‘litmus test’, stating somewhat ominously. 

Arbiter said in an interview:-

“Meghan’s had a taste of the Invictus Games in Toronto last year. But she was Prince Harry’s girlfriend. Now that she is his wife, there will be much more expectation”.

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“She’s a good communicator, she’s good at talking to people, but it will be a real ‘baptism of fire’. They will have a very demanding schedule and the new royal bride will have to get used to local customs with the eyes of the world on her”.

“But no doubt she will come through with flying colours and they will be a good force for the Commonwealth and the royal family on the global stage”.