She’s ready for the public to get to know the ‘real’ Meghan Markle.
“People should expect the real me in this, and probably the me they never got to know — certainly not in recent years, where everything is going through the lens of the media instead of, ‘Hey, it’s me,'” , said the ex-royal in a promo for her new podcast “Archetypes,” which premiered Tuesday.
“I’m just excited to be myself and talk and be unfiltered and…yeah, it’s fun,” she continued.
On the show’s debut episode, Markle, 41, was chatting with longtime friend and tennis champion Serena Williams about double standards between men and women when it comes to being ambitious.
“I can’t remember ever personally feeling the negative connotation behind the word ‘ambitious’ until I started dating my now-husband,” Markle told listeners in reference to husband Prince Harry.
Madison described sex with Hefner as “embarrassing”, saying: “[Hefner]…
“Apparently ambition is something terrible, terrible for a woman. That is, according to some,” she continued. “Since I’ve felt the negativity behind it, it’s… [been] really hard not to feel it.”
She also revealed that her 3-year-old son Archie’s nursery caught fire when he was just four months old. Luckily, he wasn’t in the room at the time, as Lauren, the couple’s “great nanny,” had brought him downstairs to get a snack.
Someone happened to “stank the smoke in the hallway” and put out the flames, because there was “no smoke detector” in the room.
“He would sleep in there,” Markle told Williams, 40. “Of course, as a mom, you go, ‘Oh, my God.’ Everyone is in tears, everyone is shocked.”