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Celebs are no contest for lockdown self-obsession

Sarah Caden


Meghan and Harry are turning into celebs rather than royals - and right now we really can't be bothered, writes Sarah Caden

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Two years later: May 2018 and Meghan and Prince Harry kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle following their wedding. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's relationship with the much of the press has disintegrated over time. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA

Two years later: May 2018 and Meghan and Prince Harry kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle following their wedding. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's relationship with the much of the press has disintegrated over time. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA

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Two years later: May 2018 and Meghan and Prince Harry kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle following their wedding. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's relationship with the much of the press has disintegrated over time. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA

Last week, US breakfast TV show Good Morning America ran an interview with the Duchess of Sussex to promote Elephant, her forthcoming documentary for children.

The Duchess of Sussex. Which one is she again? Oh yeah, Meghan. Remember all that?

In a world where everything, down to visiting your parents and bringing your kids to school, feels like a distant memory, the hullabaloo of Harry and Meghan seems like something from another age. And yet, there is Meghan - in an interview apparently recorded last summer - hoping to attach great importance to her first post-royal-break-up gig.