Meghan Markle could have used her position in theRoyal Family to make major change, but she has lost that ability according to Andrew Morton.
The former Suits actress and Prince Harry made the controversial decision to step down as working royals in January 2020, leaving the family and the world stunned.
During her time as a working royal, Meghan had worked alongside several charities focusing on mental health, women's rights and community work.
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Prior to marrying into the House of Windsor, she had been a World Vision ambassador and had previously given a powerful speech at the United Nations.
But Diana, Princess of Wales' biographer, Andrew Morton claims the Duchess has thrown this all away by moving to Montecito.
He told the Pod Save the Queen podcast: "The great tragedy, I think, is that Meghan and Harry didn't give it long enough to see whether they could give it a go, they were on the out almost before the wedding music had finished.
"Meghan is a natural, I've got pictures of her when she was age 10 leading a march against the first Gulf War at her school.
"The local TV cameras turned up and she was there giving interviews."
The leading royal expert continued: "She spoke at the United Nations with Hillary Clinton, she had the great possibility of using her talent and her position to make a genuine change to the world.
"I don't think she's going to make such a change living in Montecito."
Since moving to Montecito, Meghan and Prince Harry have continued their charity work, previously announcing their support for Ukraine following the Russian invasion in February.
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The couple also made donations to six different organisations working on the frontline, including the HALO Trust who remove landmines from conflict zones.
Harry is no stranger to the organisation, having worked with the charity in 2019, and his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales worked with them in the nineties.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the couple said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and all of us at Archewell have been moved by the work of so many organisations on the frontlines.
"From longstanding partners like the HALO Trust to organizations we’ve been newly connected to like HIAS, Archewell Foundation has made donations to a number of groups working on the ground to provide aid to Ukrainians."
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