Meghan Markle’s American Work Ethic Is Making The Royals “Uncomfortable”

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As the only North American in a house full of Brits, the Duchess of Sussex (AKA Meghan Markle) is already destined to have some differences to her royal in-laws.

Aside from her Californian accent, biracial ancestry and Hollywood experience, it turns out that Meghan has yet another trait that distinguishes her from Prince Harry‘s family, and it’s making those around her feel a bit “uncomfortable”.

According to a royal insider, Meghan’s enthusiastic work ethic is not sitting well with the royal household. Yes, you read that right.

“She’s an early riser, up at 5am rain or shine, and it is said palace staff have never experienced anything remotely like Meghan’s formidable work ethic, matched only by the incessant stream of ideas about how to shape her role,” the anonymous source told  The Mail on Sunday.

The source added that Meghan sends “six or seven” texts a day to her royal aides with ideas or requests. Oh, and she’s also arranged secret meetings with British people, “particularly those associated with good causes”,  which, from the sounds of it, further vexes the royal household peeps.

“Well-meaning as she is, her particular brand of ‘up and at ’em’ West Coast energy is an uncomfortable fit with the more formal ethos of some palace staff,” the source concludes.

Soooo wait – let me get this right: We’re supposed to believe that Meghan’s pissing off the royal house because she’s working too hard? Hmmmmm I dunno man, sounds pretty unlikely tbh – especially since the royals harp on about the importance of duty all the damn time.

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I mean, Queen Elizabeth II‘s 92 for god’s sake and she still hasn’t retired:

So for the household to think Meghan’s taking the whole thing a little too seriously and working a bit too hard, seems kinda fake IMO. In fact, they’re likely thankful that she’s hard working, as opposed to being lazy af.

Also, it’s worth noting that these claims come from an ‘unnamed source’, which should always be viewed with a healthy dose of skepticism.