Megan Markle made a rare public appearance today in New York for New York Times‘ DealBook conference at New 42 Studios. The Duchess of Sussex wore a black poppy top and black trousers with belt Salvatore Ferragamo for a conversation with DealBook editor Andrew Ross Sorkin.
According to The IndependentMegan at one point during the discussion turned to the British tabloids and gave his candid opinion of the tabloids in general. The Duchess won her claim against Mail on SundayPublisher of Associated Newspapers in February.
“Well, first I would urge you not to read the tabloids, because I don’t think it’s healthy for anyone,” she told him. “We hope that one day they will come with a warning label like cigarettes, as ‘this is toxic to your mental health.'”
She also addressed the news culture among tabloids in general: “This culture of click lures has made something obscene more interesting and more popular and can be monetized, so that in after all, this is what feeds the entire media environment. ”
Megan also said she believes platforms like Instagram should have a dislike button or a means of disagreeing with a post without having to resort to hateful comments. She said through Inside information,, “I think there are strong ways to make strong changes in social media platforms and in the media in general, but people need to be brave enough to do so. If you look at Instagram, for example, there is a like button or there are comments. So if you don’t agree with it, you have to comment in a really furious way, unlike if there was a dislike button, wouldn’t that significantly change what you’re posting there? Because you may just like it or you may not like it. ”
“Now you either like it or you have to say something negative and it just adds to this really unfortunate cycle, which I think has a wavy effect on women everywhere,” she concluded.
You can watch Megan’s full conversation below:
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