Appearances are often deceptive. Going otherwise another famous proverb, we often judge the book by its cover. However, as humans, we all commit mistakes but our strength lies in admitting one’s faults while moving ahead forward. Meghan Markle is no exception. The Duchess who is the living manifestation of vigor and strength ate a humble pie while speaking of Paris Hilton. Here is what happened.
For the unversed, Meghan Markle had Paris Hilton, the American star personality in her latest podcast episode. In the eye-opening session, they together broke down stereotypical labels tagged at women by society. Here is where Markle had a tough time realizing how contrasting Paris Hilton in real was to the image of her in her own mind. Speaking of the same, she took back her self-interpreted attributes for Paris.
Meghan Markle on her apology to Paris Hilton in her latest podcast
The Variety staff asked her about one of the most challenging interviews so far in her journey of putting Archetypes together. Answering this Meghan particularly emphasized Paris, whom she spoke to last Tuesday. The former actress admitted that she did not like the judgment and envy she harbored for her guest. Hence, after having a word on the sets of Archetypes, Meghan confessed that she was totally mistaken about Paris.
She revealed that upon hearing about her trauma and the life that bought her, her personality, Meghan genuinely apologized for having judged her based on what she had seen. Ultimately she told her, “I’m sorry that I judged you,” in the middle of the podcast.
The once-star of Hollywood wanted to make her fellow mate feel comfortable and safe in her vicinity. She further elucidated how she was looking for a “got you” moment where both of them understood where the other was coming from.
Moving forward in the same interview, they also had Claire Malone, a prestigious staff writer at New Yorker joining them. In fact, later in the podcast, the Duchess connected with Paris and gave us a disheartening revelation of what her early acting career felt like.