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“Idk does no one else feel the serious Wallis Simpson vibe coming off Meghan in that trailer,” one person tweeted, while another wrote, “Megs looks as if she’s styled herself for this interview on someone she can relate to.”


It’s far from the first time Markle has been compared to Simpson. Their stories began in much the same way: “A popular, playful prince falls in love with a strong-willed US divorcée, who ends up vilified by a hostile British press,” as the BBC noted in 2020.


Both women were slammed as social climbers and master manipulators by certain members of the media, and fled the UK with their husbands as a result — the Sussexes to Canada and then California, the Windsors to the Bahamas before spending time in both Europe and the US.


Markle has worked as an actress, activist and lifestyle blogger, while Simpson never held a job.


“One was a socialite, and the other is an independent, successful woman who has relied on her own income to make a living,” Otele explained, saying that “the veiled and overt racist attacks” against Markle, who is biracial, make comparisons between the pair “completely nonsensical.”


“Wallis Simpson, of course she was mistreated by the British press, but it was never to the same extent [as Markle],” she said.


It’s been teased that the Duchess of Sussex described her time in the royal family — from which she and Prince Harry, 36, resigned completely in February — as “almost unsurvivable” during her chat with Winfrey.



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