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Suspicious Thank You Post: Are Meghan Markle's Interviews Real?

2022-11-18T09:36:11.142Z

A guest from Meghan Markle, who appeared as a chat partner on the podcast episode, has sparked a hot-button rumor. Does the Duchess do her own interviews, or does her producer do it? Particularly spicy: Meghan had announced that she wanted to be particularly authentic.



A guest from Meghan Markle, who appeared as a chat partner on the podcast episode, has sparked a hot-button rumour.

Does the Duchess do her own interviews, or does her producer do it?

Particularly spicy: Meghan had announced that she wanted to be particularly authentic.

New York – The book author Allison Yarrow was invited as an expert on Meghan Markle (41) in the episode entitled "To 'B' or not to 'B'".

Among other things, the English swear word "Bitch" (bitch, bitch) was discussed, with which Meghan had to make her experiences.

Yarrow and the Duchess of Sussex talked shop, clarifying the background of the word and how it was applied to women in public in the 1990s.

In her post on Instagram, Yarrow thanks the "interviewer", not Meghan

Common practice: In an

August social media post, Allison shared a photo of herself in front of a sign for Gimlet Media, apparently the audio production company, before thanking producer Farrah Safarfi for being "an excellent interviewer."

"Thank you to the producer @farrahsafari (an excellent interviewer) and the folks at @Gimlet @spotify for making it happen."

Check out this post on Instagram

A post shared by Allison Yarrow (@aliyarrow)

So while Alison apparently didn't speak to Meghan for the episode, some guests will include Meghan's close friends Mellody Hobson, 53, Jameela Jamil, 36, and Serena Williams, 41, who is basically a longtime friend of Prince Harry, 38. is shown in conversations with the Duchess on the podcast. 

Meghan and Harry's Spotify deal

The value of the lucrative deal Meghan and Harry signed with the audio streaming giant in late 2020 to host and produce podcasts is estimated to be around £18million ($25m). , who does the main work on the result.

The clips will probably be edited together with Meghan's comments

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The thank-you post from Allison Yarrow, who visited Meghan Markle on the Archetype podcast on Spotify, raises questions about the authenticity of the interviewer (photomontage).

© Instagram @aliyarrow & Instagram @misanharriman

Also suspicious: The production company is based in New York, Alison Yarrow also lives in New York, the producer named Farrah Safari reveals on her LinkedIn page that she has been an associate producer for Gimlet Media since February.

On the other hand, who was not in New York, but obviously in Montecito, is Meghan Markle.

Of course, she could have traveled incognito, but that seems unlikely in times when the gossip columns have something to report about royals and ex-royals on a daily basis.

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Most likely, the clips were cleverly edited with Meghan's comments, so it's not immediately apparent that the mother-of-two may not have spoken to the experts herself.

This is particularly spicy because Meghan advertised in the advance notice of her work with Spotify that she wanted to be particularly authentic.

Allison Yarrow also shared the mother-of-two's handwritten thank you note, which also caused a stir because Meghan appears to still be adding a crown to her "M" initial, even though she and Harry are long past royals

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Sources used:

dailymail.co.uk, Instagram @aliyarrow, Instagram @misanharriman

Rubric list image: © Instagram @aliyarrow & Instagram @misanharriman

Source: merkur

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