Meghan Markle has reportedly hired a fact checker for her own Spotify podcast series, Archetypes.
The fact-checker is American writer Nicole Pasulka, whose opinions closely mirror those of Markle, according to a report by Daily Mail.
“I write about criminal justice, activism, race, music, business, queer culture and gender,” Pasulka explains on her website. “For my 2014 report on relations between the police and the transgender community, I received the IF Stone Award from the Nation Institute and a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.”
Meghan Markle has hired a fact checker for her Archetypes podcast as it returns after a four-week hiatus following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Over the summer, Pasulka also published a book, titled how you become famouswhich “documents the rebirth of the New York drag scene,” according to the book’s description.
Last month, The Real Housewives of New York Star Bethenny Frankel has slammed Markle for how she handles her public image, saying “she’s really screwed up” and “becoming a woman without a country”.
“He’s a polarizing person,” Frankel said. “She’s a lot like a housewife in that she can’t help but talk about the very thing she wants to be irrelevant [the Royal Family].”
Recently, the Duchess of Sussex claimed on her Archetypes podcast that people only started treating her “like a black woman” after she started dating her husband, Prince Harry.
Markle also tacitly threatened to ‘speak nonsense’ about her time in the UK after she and Prince Harry left the royal family for a new life in the US.
Following the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, Markle’s public mourning for the late Queen prompted the hashtag #GoHomeMeghanMarkle to trend on Twitter, with royal fans accusing the Duchess of Sussex of hypocrisy as she walked away from her obligations royals and trashed it in -laws in the news media.
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