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After the death of the Queen, Meghan Markle releases her first podcast episode, which tells THIS embarrassing tale.

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A recent episode of Meghan Markle’s podcast featured the Duchess of Sussex being open about a story from her adolescence.

Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, for which Markle and her husband Prince Harry travelled to the UK, the podcast Archetypes, hosted by Meghan Markle and featuring Serena Williams as a guest, was put on hold. The Duchess of Sussex talks about harmful stereotypes of Asians in the fourth episode of the podcast, which has just been released.

The fourth episode of Markle’s podcast features interviews with journalist Lisa Ling and comedian Margaret Cho about the racism that underlies some stereotypes of Asians. In the episode, Meghan also thinks back on her upbringing in Los Angeles, where she first encountered various cultures and developed a passion for learning about them. In the episode, Markle was also frank about her experience as a teen embracing different cultures.

The embarrassing teenage moment of Meghan Markle
The Duchess of Sussex shared a unique glimpse into her early years when she talked about how she and her mother Doria frequently visited Korean spas, where she recalls feeling “humbled” as an adolescent as women as young as nine years old waited around naked for body scrubs. The Duchess spoke as she observed Korean women embracing the jimjilbang, a generational tradition. When she was past her teenage embarrassment, she recalled, “my mom and I would go upstairs, sit in a room, and have a steaming bowl of the most delicious noodles.”

In the same episode, Markle also talked about how she didn’t become aware of the prejudice that Asian-American women experience until much later. The Duchess of Sussex has previously hosted Serena Williams, Mariah Carey, and comedian Mindy Kaling on her show. The Duchess’ podcast is devoted to talking about the various labels placed on women that aim to limit them.

Despite the fact that Markle’s podcast has resumed, reports claim that her Netflix documentary series with Prince Harry is being pushed back even further in the wake of Queen Elizabeth’s death because the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are allegedly trying to downplay some conversations in it that are related to the senior members of the royal family, such as King Charles III.

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