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What Brian Cox "successor" said about Meghan Markle and the Royals

successor Star Brian Cox has said Meghan Markle “knew what she was getting into” and had “ambition”, while Prince Harry “there’s an innocence”.

The actor’s comments in an interview with high life comes almost a year and a half after Harry dropped Cox’s character Logan Roy using his name during a conversation about the media Wired.

Cox also said he would prefer the abolition of the monarchy, using language that could easily have fallen out of his Roy’s mouth.

“If you look at what’s happening with Meghan and Harry, you’re like, ‘Well, Harry, there’s an innocence.’ And with her too.

“But you can’t go into a system where someone has already been trained to behave a certain way and then just expect them to shut down.

“I mean, she knew what she was getting into and there’s also a clear ambition – the childhood dreams of marrying Prince Charming and all of what we see as a fantasy of what our life in our dreams could be.

“I’m a Cinderella person, you know. In my opinion, we shouldn’t have a monarchy. It’s not viable; it makes no sense. It’s tradition and all that, they say. ** it. Go on.'”

Cox opened up about Harry and Meghan the day before their Netflix show Harry & Megan was published.

In December, he said Good morning Britain: “I don’t know what happened, but clearly something traumatic happened for the two of them.

“I don’t think they made it up, I don’t think it’s wrong. I think it’s true and should have been corrected, and it isn’t.”

Meanwhile, Harry suggested he might be a fan of successor during an online panel discussion Wired about online hate.

He said: “This isn’t just a social media issue. It’s a media problem. I grew up thinking news should be sacred ground. You don’t have to be Logan Roy or Rupert Murdoch to understand that clickbait is the descendant of targeted advertising.”

Cox’s comments on skin didn’t criticize the Duchess as wholeheartedly as some media outlets have, but they offer a different interpretation than Meghan’s own description of her entry into the royal family.

She told Oprah Winfrey, “I would say I went into it naively because I didn’t know much about the royal family. It wasn’t part of anything that was part of the conversation at home.”

“I didn’t research what that would mean,” she continued. “I had no need because he shared with me everything I needed to know. Everything we thought I needed to know, he told me.”

Jack Royston is the chief royal correspondent at news week, based in London. You can find him on Twitter at @jack_royston and keep reading his stories news week‘S The Royals’ Facebook page.

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