Author Says Meghan is ‘Whining’ About ‘Not Being Celebrated Enough’

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Author Says Meghan is 'Whining' About 'Not Being Celebrated Enough'

An author has claimed that
when Meghan Markle and other ‘powerful’ celebrities talk about ambition being a
‘dirty’ word for women it can come across as ‘whining’ about ‘not being
celebrated enough’. 

Journalist Ella Whelan said
‘ambition is only worth celebrating if what you’re being ambitious about is
worthwhile’ after the Duchess of Sussex spoke about the double standards women
face in her new podcast, Archetypes. 

Meghan told guest Serena
Williams, in a wide-ranging discussion entitled ‘The Misconception of
Ambition’, that she does not ‘ever remember personally feeling the negative
connotation behind the word ambitious until I started dating my now husband’,
Prince Harry. 

She also revealed to the
tennis ace the ‘pain’ that she has suffered ‘behind closed doors’. 

Taking part in a debate on
ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Ms. Whelan said she believes ambition is not a
‘dirty word’ for women anymore and added in Britain that it is part of the
national character to deflate people’s inflated egos. 

The author of What Women Want
added: ‘The thing for me is ambition is only worth celebrating if the thing
you’re being ambitious about is worthwhile. 

‘And the problem with Meghan
Markle and other celebrities or Royals and very powerful professional women
[..] whining [and saying all] you’re trying to do is be ambitious, is it comes
across to your average woman [like] the women [..] who are trying to get the
kids ready to go out or hoovering the sitting room as just professional middle-class feminism whining about not being celebrated enough.’ 


Journalist Ella Whelan says
‘ambition is only worth celebrating if what you’re being ambitious about is
worthwhile’ after the Duchess of Sussex (pictured) spoke about the double
standards women face in her new podcast, Archetypes

Ella Whelan blasted Meghan
Markle and other ‘powerful’ celebrities as ‘whining’ about ‘not being
celebrated enough’ for saying ambition is still seen as a ‘dirty word’ for
women.

 

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