Meghan Markle wears all-black look at NYT Dealbook Summit
Meghan Markle made a rare public appearance today in New York for the New York Times‘ DealBook conference at New 42 Studios. The Duchess of Sussex wore a black top with a poppy pin and black pants with a Salvatore Ferragamo belt for the conversation with DealBook editor Andrew Ross Sorkin.
According to The independentMeghan at one point in the discussion addressed the British tabloids and gave her frank opinion on the tabloids in general. The Duchess won her case against the Mail on Sundayby the publisher, Associated Newspapers, in February.
“Well, first of all, I urge you not to read the tabloids because I don’t think it’s healthy for anyone,” she told him. “I hope one day they will come with a warning label like cigarettes do, like ‘it’s toxic to your mental health.’
She also touched on the news culture among tabloids in general: “This click-bait culture has made something salacious to be more interesting and taken more into account and can be monetized, so that it ends up being what fuels the whole media environment. “
Meghan went on to say that she believes platforms like Instagram should have a dislike button or a way to disagree with a post without having to leave hateful comments. She said, via Initiated, “I think there are some solid ways to make big changes on social media platforms and with media in general, but people have to be brave enough to do it. If you look at Instagram, for example, there is a Like button or there are comments. So you have to, if you don’t agree with that, comment in a really vitriolic way, as opposed to, if there was a pimple of disgust, wouldn’t that make a huge difference to what you are doing. were putting there? Because you might just like it or not like it.
“Now either you like it or you have to say something negative, and that just adds to this really unfortunate cycle which I think is having a ripple effect on women at all levels,” he said. she finished.
You can watch Meghan’s full conversation below:
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