Meghan Markle Is All Set To Become The Most Sought After Public Speaker
Meghan Markle's Popularity Is Through The Roof
Meghan Markle is the first American-born member of the British Royal Family, a philanthropist, and a former actress. The former actress became Duchess of Sussex upon her marriage to Prince Harry in 2018. They have a son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry infamously announced their departure from the Royal Family a few months ago, a decision that did not go down too well with the Royal Family.
The former actress and her husband are one of the most scrutinized couples after their announcement to split up from the Royal Family. Meghan Markle has had multiple articles written on her and some of them have been downright nasty and racist.
However, after signing on to Harry Walker Agency, the Duchess of Sussex is all set to become one of the most in-demand public speakers all across the world.
PR expert Mark Borkowski says that Meghan Markle's popularity would enable her to attain a hefty income from public speaking and praised her remarkable delivery style.
He said the 38-year-old could earn “many hundreds of thousands of pounds” which could help the newly independent couple get the financial freedom that they so desperately need at this time.
“In the short, immediate term she could be the most sought-after speaker in the world. Brands want to learn from high-profile people, so having someone like that in the room, it can boost publicity and draw delegates."
“You choose one to four key moments a year to make a speech, then everyone is hanging on your words. In the short term, this is a billion-dollar brand."
Meghan Markle recently spoke at the Girl Up summit in a keynote address which has been seen over 100,000 times.
Meanwhile, in light of current world events and the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Westminster Abbey has decided against ringing its bells to announce the former Suits actress' birthday in the coming month. A spokesperson at Westminster Abbey said:
"I hear that Westminster Abbey will not ring its bells for Meghan’s birthday next month. To add insult to injury, it did ring them for the birthday of beleaguered Prince Andrew in February, even though he’d stepped down from royal duties."
"The bells are usually rung to mark the birthdays of senior members of the Royal Family, and through the line of succession to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.”