Although Meghan Markle has revealed the difficulties of living in the spotlight of royalty, she is not at all focused on wanting people to "love" her.
Just two weeks after unveiling the documentary with Prince Harry, Meghan said she is not seeking people's affection and "doesn't want people to love her - she just wants them to be able to hear her," according to "The Telegraph". "
Meghan still wants to distance herself from the actual protocols and formalities when on official tours. During a surprise visit last week at the opening of a new Luminary Bakery venue, which trains and employs women in social vulnerability, Meghan spoke about his desire to connect with people on a more personal level during his appearances.
“One of the things I've realized since I got here is that people have an expectation and get tense when I'm getting somewhere, so, like, let's try to get really relaxed, keep everyone nice and quiet, because at the end of the day we We are just women. We all have a story to tell and I'm honored to hear yours, ”Meghan said in a speech at Luminary Bakery.
In another real appearance last month, Meghan rejected a bow in favor of a warm hug. "Although Meghan was initially received with a bow, which would have been a respectful way to greet a member of the royal family in this situation, it is clear that Meghan was trying to show his other side by using a hug as a greeting," Myka Meier , author of "Modern Etiquette Made Easy", told "PEOPLE".
In an interview, Meghan said, "I really tried to embrace this British sensitivity to stand firm and not show emotions. I really tried, but I think what it does internally is probably really harmful. I never thought it would be easy, but I thought it would be fair. And that's the part that is really hard to reconcile. "