Meghan Markle needs to build a brand that isn’t based on grievances if she wants to be a global success

Former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said Meghan Markle needs to build a brand that isn’t based on her grievances if she is to be successful in the business world.

  • Tina Brown was asked how long the Sussex brand has survived around the world
  • She said Prince Harry, 38, will “always be royal” as Charles and Diana’s son
  • But she insisted Meghan, 41, needed to find her own cause and focus on it

A royal expert has said that Meghan Markle needs to build her own brand that is not based solely on her grievances if she is to be successful in the business world.

When asked how long the Sussex brand will last around the world is now the couple almost out of the royal fold, former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said Prince Harry, 38, will ‘always be regal’ as the son of King Charles and Princess Diana. .

She told Cheltenham Literature Festival yesterday: ‘He will always have the iconic status he has. He has an identity, his own Invictus. [Games] He has an authenticity and people relate to that.

But she insisted Harry’s wife, Meghan, 41, needed to find a cause of her own and focus on it.

She said, ‘I think Megan really needs to find the thing she cares about the most and develop her own kind of brand that’s not just a brand of complaints, and that’s actually something we recognize as her own.

“It’s hard to find that and I think she hasn’t found that yet, but I think she can if she comes back from always focusing on what didn’t work.”

A royal expert has said that Meghan Markle needs to develop her own brand that is not just a brand of complaints if Sussex is to succeed globally.

A royal expert has said that Meghan Markle needs to develop her own brand that is not just a brand of complaints if Sussex is to succeed globally.

Brown, who was speaking to promote her latest book, Palace Papers, said the Sussex family had not anticipated the challenges of life outside the palace.

The Sussex team didn’t realize how difficult it would be to create a competitive platform. You are basically at the mercy of PR who [specialise in making people look good]”.

The people who made it, George Clooney and Oprah, are very good at it.

It’s really hard when you want to be on top of it. It is much more difficult than it seems.

Earlier this month, Richard Eden of the Mail revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have ditched Sunshine Sachs, the New York-based PR agency that has been advising Meghan since her days as an actress on the legal drama Suits.

The couple have a series of major projects in the pipeline, including an upcoming Harry memoir and a reality TV documentary as part of a $100 million deal with streaming giant Netflix.

Brown told Cheltenham fans that “the jury is out” in the US due to Harry and Meghan’s popularity.

Since they now bet their livelihood on the product, and on entertainment, it will be about what they do.

When asked how long the Sussex brand will last around the world is now the couple almost out of the royal fold, former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said Prince Harry, 38, will 'always be regal' as the son of King Charles and Princess Diana.

When asked how long the Sussex brand will last around the world is now the couple almost out of the royal fold, former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said Prince Harry, 38, will ‘always be regal’ as the son of King Charles and Princess Diana.

Speaking to promote her latest book, Palace Papers, Brown said upon stepping back from her position as a senior member of the royal family, the Sussexes had not anticipated the challenges of life outside the palace operation.

Speaking to promote her latest book, Palace Papers, Brown said upon stepping back from her position as a senior member of the royal family, the Sussex family had not anticipated the challenges of life outside the palace operation.

Meghan’s first Spotify podcast about Serena Williams was very successful – she ditched the top spot on America’s number one podcast, Joe Rogan.

She has a good podcast sound. They have to prove themselves now in the arena of gladiator entertainment.

Brown added that Harry’s book was a “fatal mistake” but he is now under great pressure to publish it.

I wouldn’t be surprised if he felt [that it’s a mistake] But the truck rolled over. It’s not just progress.

The publisher has a lot of bets on him. I think it’s a big problem for them. I feel bad for him at the moment.

If he didn’t compose the book, I think it’s a real mess, commercially speaking, and if he did the book, it would really alienate him from his family.

“No matter how bad things get, no one wants to be alienated from their family.”

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