‘Constantly-complaining’ Meghan Markle told ‘get a grip’ over Spotify podcast

Meghan Markle's recent bombshell podcast episode has provided new light on her days in Hollywood and her on-screen career.

The Duchess of Sussex spoke about her time on Deal or No Deal where she was "forced to be all looks and little substance", but her claims have been met with little sympathy from one commentator.

A columnist responding to Meghan's stint as a "briefcase girl", as the royal called it, has shown little in the way of comfort asone expert told her to "get a grip".

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American columnist Kat Timpf piled on the fury and claimed Meghan was "constantly complaining" about various moments in her life.

Timpf said: "All of her millions and millions of dollars and all the prestige that she has and yet all this person can do is constantly complain.

"I don't think I've ever heard her say something positive. It's always a sob story, it's very intense. She's never just a little sad. Everything is the worst thing, the worst life. She has to get a grip."

Her comments come after Meghan recalled her time on Deal or No Deal in 2006, where she shared the stage with 25 other women, holding briefcases filled with potential cash for contestants.

It has also been alleged that Meghan and other performers on the show were given tanning vouchers each week, Daily Express reported.

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The Duchess of Sussex recalled her experiences on the Howie Mandell-hosted show, saying that she had been told to "suck it in" by someone running the show.

Speaking on her Archetypes podcast, Meghan said: "I ended up quitting the show. Like I said, I was thankful for the job but not for how it made me feel, which was not smart.

"And by the way, I was surrounded by smart women on that stage with me. But that wasn't the focus of why we were there. And I would end up leaving with this pit in my stomach, knowing that I was so much more than what was being objectified on the stage.

"I didn't like feeling forced to be all looks and little substance. And that's how it felt for me at the time, being reduced to this specific archetype."

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