Meghan Markle has released a video with actress Melissa McCarthy to celebrate her 40th birthday and launch an initiative for women. The incredibly corny video, filmed in her mansion, just reminds the public that Meghan, despite the continued use of her royal title, is now just a glorified influencer, a rather terrible actress and, with Harry’s brief cameo, how she’s turned the most popular member of the royal family into its court jester and a clown.
It’s quite an accomplishment after only three years of marriage.
Filmed in the home office of their Montecito mansion, Meghan video chats with Melissa about her birthday and new initiative.
It’s rather awkward to say the least, and a reminder why Meghan was never a successful actress.
Here’s a bit of the back and forth between the “new” friends:
Markle: Ok, it’s my 40th birthday and I’ve got an idea.
McCarthy: I know what it is.
McCarthy: My first guess- is it another photoshoot under a tree where you’re looking very peaceful?
Markle: Peaceful under tree is me every day.
McCarthy: No? Ok. Are we finally getting matching tattoos?
[McCarthy holds up an illustration showing Markle and McCarthy surrounded by roses underneath a banner which says: ‘Besties Forever’]
Markle: I mean, you know I already have something very similar across my back.
Riving stuff, no?
Throughout the room, Meghan has carefully staged her office area, which has been seen on other videos featuring Harry and Meghan’s latest self-promotion efforts.
There’s a Hermès throw over one chair, quite prominently displayed. A rather influencer and new money inspired move.
She also has a large stack of her book, “The Bench,” which give more weight to the idea that she bought her way into The New York Times Bestsellers List.
It’s also all white or very light colors that reeks influencer style, and she’s wearing all white too, with shoes she bought as a short-term duchess.
Around her neck is her children’s zodiac constellations. Apparently, she doesn’t put much stock in the Church of England or Christianity, despite her baptism and insinuations that she does take faith seriously.
It’s healing crystals all the way, which were also featured.
Perhaps the saddest part was when Harry was attempting to juggle outside the office window. Meant as a funny moment towards the end, like it was part of a gag reel, it’s instead the full realization of Harry’s new role as a royal clown and a court jester.
He just doesn’t know that yet.
The whole scene screams about how Meghan sees herself as the Duchess of Montecito, the Queen of Hollywood and better than the royal family.
She lives in a beautiful mansion and has a multitude of celebrity friends that she can activate on command. However, it’s all just incredibly superficial, false and a reflection how shallow Meghan is as a person.
Sure, the initiative might sound great, women getting mentoring as they rejoin the work force, but the people she’s asking can all benefit her and push her political agenda onto others. There’s Dr. Ibram X Kendi, who The New York Post states, “is a false prophet—and his religion of ‘antiracism’ is nothing more than a marketing-friendly recapitulation of the academic left’s most pernicious ideas.”
How exactly is he going to help women reenter the work force?
There’s also the guru Deepak Chopra, showing that Meghan’s Christian faith, like almost everything else about her, is likely a façade for her spiritual association with the new age movement.
And, again, if I was looking for motivation and guidance to reenter the workforce, he would not be the first person I would call on.
However, they all philosophically align to Meghan Markle and her progressive and liberal beliefs. If she really wanted to help all women, why not ask someone like Nikki Haley to get involved as well, a leading conservative woman.
It’s just another sign about how even when she’s supposedly trying to help other people, all she really cares about is herself.