Meghan Markle And Prince Harry UK Royal Reporters Coverage Compared To Kate Middleton And Prince William


43 bookmarks. First posted by burritojustice 14 days ago.


Over the years, Meghan has been shamed for the same things for which her sister-in-law, Kate, has been praised.
journalism  uk  racism  bias  media 
12 days ago by mirthe

Over the years, Meghan has been shamed for the same things for which her sister-in-law, Kate, has been praised.

DGAF about royals -- the side-by-side comparison is the most notable thing here.
This kind of racism in journalism is routine.
It's by sheer amount of ink spilled over "Saxe-Coburg and Gotha" and parallel lives of the two spouses that you get a real taste of the tonal shift.
media  racism  bias  uk  royals  journalism  comparison  monarchy  monarchs  england  analysis  paparazzi 
12 days ago by po
RT : Regardless of which side you're on in these headline comparisons are severe.
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13 days ago by ewerickson
And here’s the evidence that Meghan was held to a different standard than others....
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13 days ago by Arnte
RT : This, by , is one of the most damning & revealing works of journalism I've ever seen:
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13 days ago by briantrice
This is excellent. the stark difference in headlines highlights the racism and bias in coverage of Meghan Markle
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13 days ago by redspade
RT : Show, don’t tell. This is a good example of what that can mean.
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13 days ago by loughlin
RT : I mean, this is 100% about racism in bright and obvious detail.
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13 days ago by beccabrown
Siri, show me racism
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13 days ago by emerose
Over the years, Meghan has been shamed for the same things for which her sister-in-law, Kate, has been praised.
media  analysis  racism  uk  british 
13 days ago by danesparza
RT : Compare These 20 Headlines To See How Differently Royal Reporters Treated Kate Middleton And Meghan Markle:
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14 days ago by carlfish
RT : Show, don’t tell. This is a good example of what that can mean.
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14 days ago by josedante
RT : This is incredible: via
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14 days ago by dunstan
RT : simple, effective and damning
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14 days ago by kcarruthers
RT : Show, don’t tell. This is a good example of what that can mean.
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14 days ago by rdmurphy
Compare These 20 Headlines To See How Differently Royal Reporters Treated Kate Middleton And Meghan Markle:
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14 days ago by jpendry
Over the years, Meghan has been shamed for the same things for which her sister-in-law, Kate, has been praised.
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14 days ago by timberwolfoz
simple, effective and damning
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14 days ago by pinatasenpai
RT : Weird that Markle doesn't want to be a part of this world.
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14 days ago by pronoiac
Your proof that the British press has been deeply cruel to Meghan Markle https://t.co/3jzfQgTAkm

— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) January 13, 2020
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14 days ago by mathewi
Here Are 20 Headlines Comparing Meghan Markle To Kate Middleton That Might Show Why She And Prince Harry Are Cutting Off Royal Reporters Over the years, Meghan…
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14 days ago by dkiesow
Britain’s royal correspondents, they said, are seen as reliable sources of information. "This misconception propels coverage that is often carried by other outlets around the world, amplifying frequent misreporting," they wrote. Removing themselves from "royal rota" coverage has sparked an outcry among UK media and drew a protest from the National Union of Journalists.

This isn't a new complaint from the royal couple — they just took an unprecedented step to do something about it. Harry and Meghan have said publicly that they believe they have been treated unfairly by the UK press since the moment news broke of their relationship — that they are bullied, that there are racist undertones to coverage of them, and that they have been held to a different standard than Harry's brother and sister-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Prince William and Kate Middleton).

The UK media outlets that currently make up the royal rota are the Daily Express, the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, the Evening Standard, the Telegraph, the Times, and the Sun.

Here is a look at 20 stories from these outlets that appear to show a double standard between press coverage of Meghan and Kate. BuzzFeed News has reached out to all of the outlets featured below for comment.
by:EllieHall  from:Buzzfeed  monarchy  journalism 
14 days ago by owenblacker
RT : This is incredible: via
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14 days ago by burritojustice