Meghan Markle is victim of cruel ‘mum shaming’ and Palace need to do more to build up her ‘motherly image’, PR guru claims


THE Palace need to do more to boost Meghan Markle’s “motherly image” to protect her from “mum shaming”, a PR guru has claimed.

The Duchess of Sussex, 38, welcomed her first child Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor back in May, and Tom Bourlet says more should be done to protect her image.

Buckingham Palace need to do more to boost Meghan Markle’s motherly image to protect her from ‘mum shaming’, a PR guru has claimed
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“Meghan has been at the end of some incredibly unfair ‘mum shaming’”, the PR and marketing manager of Eventa told the Express.

He cited examples like the scrutiny over the way Meghan held her son at the Polo in July, but he reckons there’s a way for Buckingham Palace to change this perception.

“While there might be a nanny in place – it might be worth her looking after her child when in public, so as to show a motherly image,” Tom added.

“In modern times it seems ridiculous and incredibly sexist that this is required for the public to be happy, but looking from a PR angle, it will paint her in a good light with the masses.”

The Duchess of Sussex was previously shamed for the way she held baby Archie at the Polo
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Tom said he believes this can be done in a “delicate” way, which wouldn’t risk turning Archie into a PR tool.

Yesterday we revealed how Meghan wants to ‘change the perception’ about post-baby bodies by showing you don’t ‘have to be skinny to be beautiful’, according to one royal source.

While her best friend Jessica Mulroney opened up about her ‘debilitating’ panic attacks which she calls ‘the terrors’.


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