Meghan Markle left everyone on set ‘frustrated’ during acting days

Meghan Markle has been branded troublesome by several palace insiders throughout her time within the British royal household. Nonetheless, the previous actor is now getting blasted by those that labored together with her within the leisure business as effectively.

Earlier than she married Prince Harry, the Duchess of Suss*x was recognized to be a diva and perfectionist to the purpose that she left many round her annoyed.

A supply cited by the Put up revealed that she made issues troublesome if issues on set didn’t go her means or if she didn’t get sufficient consideration.

“She all the time needed to be coaxed out of her dressing room throughout promotional shoots as a result of she didn’t assume she appeared fairly sufficient, or her outfit wasn’t proper. Or she felt she wasn’t getting prominent sufficient placement (within the promotional photos),” mentioned the supply.

“There have been all the time, tears. Each time,” the insider added.

This was in step with earlier studies by the Day by day Mail, the place a videographer additionally revealed the identical.

“Folks advised me, ‘prepare as a result of she is quite a bit.’ They used to name her ‘the princess.’ Once I noticed her, instantly from the second she arrived, I didn’t even know who she was, and he or she was appearing like a diva – It was the perspective, how she talked to individuals, the principles,” he had advised the British tabloid.

“She got here in carrying a (baseball) cap, hiding her face, and he or she had her head down and simply walked again towards the make-up room,” he went on to say.

“It was preferred it was the massive diva coming in, and he or she doesn’t need individuals to see her such as you would do should you’re strolling on the street, and also you don’t need the paparazzi to take your image. Everybody thought, ‘she appears like an A-lister when she shouldn’t be even a D-lister’,” he added.

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