The True Reason Why Meghan Markle Is an Overprotective Mother
In their revealing new ITV documentary, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle invited the public to get a glimpse of their lives. It included the most stressful parts, like pressure from the media. After the documentary, an expert has unveiled the real reason why Meghan Markle is so protective of her young son, Archie.
Why Meghan Markle is the most protective mother in the royal family
This wellness expert recently explained why Meghan Markle is such a protective mother — perhaps the most protective in the royal family.
“Meghan is only very new to motherhood so hard to judge but clearly adores Archie and wanted the time to bond privately with Archie after he was born and didn’t succumb to the pressure of presenting him to the public any sooner than she felt comfortable with,” said Emily Wysock-Wright.
Wysock-Wright said Markle was the most overprotective mother in the royal family. “From what I have seen so far, Meghan. Again, is that because she’s been portrayed that way? I don’t know. Meghan has also come from a different background to the other females in the Royal family. I respect that she may feel the need to protect her children from what she may not fully understand how it all works,” she added.
Meghan Markle probably shared maternal traits with Princess Diana
Since she began dating Prince Harry, the public has always noted similarities between Markle and Princess Diana. Harry has even made a comparison to Diana and Meghan himself. Are the two similar mothers as well?
“I believe Princess Diana was amazingly maternal, she brought them up until she died to be as normal as possible under their circumstances, and to see the world and suffering around them so they can appreciate and relate to all people. She left them a legacy of caring for and helping others,” added Wysock-Wright.
Are Meghan Markle’s parenting traits due to a generation gap?
While the wellness expert may believe Meghan Markle’s parenting traits are the best in the royal family, she also suggests that the generation gap between the older and younger royals could play into this.
Wysock-Wright explained, “I think the differences are there as the Queen has a huge sense of duty and has always prioritized her role as Queen over mother. That doesn’t mean she’s a bad mother, it was a role she was forced in to. I’m sure she spent as much time as possible with her children and given the circumstances, did what she could. As a mother myself, I can only imagine how difficult it must have been to be separated from your children for the times that she as.”
However, the younger generation has the ability to be freer.
“The younger three have had far more freedom to express themselves as mothers as the royal culture and society has changed over the years. Although they all have huge responsibilities within their Royal roles, they also aren’t ‘The Queen’ and have more flexibility and choice over how they choose to parent. I can’t help but think that if both the Queen and Princess Anne were given the opportunities that Kate and Meghan have had, to stand against tradition and ensure they had as much normality as possible while with it being accepted as part of their roles, they both could have been wonderfully maternal,” she added.
As the public learns more and more about Markle’s perspective, perhaps the media will tone down their scrutiny.