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Ancient and modern

How would the Romans have defined Meghan Markle?

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

Meghan Markle has been urging women to define themselves as they see fit, with ‘your full, complete, whole-layered, sometimes weird, sometimes awesome but always best and true self… you’re so much greater than any archetype’. But that all depends on the self-definition you come up with. Hers (if she had the slightest self-awareness) would clearly involve her thirst for power, status and revenge.

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