Trashy Texas Talk- Sept 16, 2021 SPECIAL EDITION Part 3: Lying Meghan the Diva with Ugly Feet🤢🤢🤢- from the Daily Mail

EXCLUSIVE: 'After the camera stops, she's not the most friendly.' Meghan Markle had strict rules not to shoot her funky FEET, videographer reveals and was already called a 'princess' for her 'diva' behavior

Taken word for word from The Daily Mail today. I couldn’t have said it better

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Meghan Markle was called 'princess' because of her 'difficult' and 'demanding' behavior on set, an industry videographer who worked closely with her revealed 

'She was very high maintenance and rude,' the videographer explained exclusively to DailyMail.com

According to the pro cameraman, Meghan would bring a large entourage with her on set and laid down a strict set of rules – including not to shoot her feet 

He said: 'It was like something out of Mean Girls. [Her team] were a clique, looking at other people and laughing and having fun among themselves'

At one point he noticed Meghan was sounding dehydrated so he suggested she drink water, but she refused, saying she didn't want to 'sound like a robot'

He added: 'The girl was really easy to shoot. Once you say ''action'', she knows how to do her job. But after the camera stops, she's not the most friendly person' 

Saying he wouldn't work with her again, he said: 'I wasn't impressed with her and I'm surprised she charmed the guy. She came across as insecure and spoiled'

DailyMail.com has also uncovered several photos of Meghan from a professional photo shoot in New York for a now defunct fashion and beauty website


An industry videographer who worked closely with Meghan before she met her husband Harry has revealed she was already called 'princess' because of her 'difficult' and 'demanding' behavior on set, he exclusively told DailyMail.com. According to the professional cameraman, Meghan would bring a large entourage with her on set and laid down a strict set of rules – including not to shoot her feet.

The 38-year-old's feet became a hot topic of conversation after she took off her shoes during a royal tour in New Zealand in 2018, revealing what some thought was a scar from a bunion-removal And it became apparent to the videographer's team during a shoot a few years prior that Meghan 'hates her feet'.

The Suits actress also insisted on having expensive champagne used in the shoot, demanded she be given full approval over all the footage and acted like she was a 'superstar'.

'She was very high maintenance and rude,' the videographer explained. 'She was difficult and demanding.'

This comes as DailyMail.com has unearthed several stunning photos of Meghan from a professional photo shoot in New York for a now defunct fashion and beauty website.

Meghan Markle was called 'princess' because of her 'difficult' and 'demanding' behavior on set, an industry videographer who worked closely with her revealed. This comes as DailyMail.com has unearthed several stunning photos of Meghan from a professional photo shoot in New York for a now defunct fashion and beauty website (pictured)

The Suits actress also insisted on having expensive champagne used in the shoot, demanded she be given full approval over all the footage and acted like she was a 'superstar'

According to the cameraman, Meghan would bring a large entourage with her on set and laid down a strict set of rules – including not to shoot her feet. The 38-year-old's feet became a hot topic of conversation after she took off her shoes during a royal tour in New Zealand in 2018, (pictured) revealing what some thought was a scar from a bunion-removal operation

Meghan appears to have what looks to be a scar running down the side of her left foot, which could be a result of previous bunion removal surgery 

Pictured: Meghan Markle with her feet on full display while attending the DPA pre-Emmy Gift Lounge at the Peninsula Hotel on September 18, 2009

Lifestyle photographer Tommy Mendes, who took the shots in 2015, said Meghan was 'intense', turned up with a 12-strong entourage and seemed like a woman 'on a mission'.

In the images, Meghan appears very business like in a series of smart and stylish outfits appropriate for the office.

The videographer, who wished to remain anonymous because he still works in the industry, said when he worked on a promotional project with the Duchess in Toronto, Canada during her Suits days, she had already garnered a reputation for being difficult.

'People told me, ''get ready because she is a lot''. They used to call her ''the princess'',' he said.

Her latest project saw the Duchess narrating the Disneynature film 'Elephant' for Disney+.

Claims of the Duchess being difficult aren't new.

Meghan was branded 'Duchess Difficult' by palace insiders early on in her marriage to Prince Harry.

It was reported her demands become too much for aides and she was at the center of rumors about her 'dictatorial' behavior and 5am emails - with several aides said to have quit.

It was also claimed she would often berate staffers, causing friction with William and Kate.

A book by royal reporter Robert Jobson also revealed Harry told staff before the royal wedding: 'What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.'

She is said to have demanded air fresheners to mask the 'musty' smell at St George's Chapel but Palace officials refused.

Household staff were reportedly left astounded at her request because the chapel is The Queen's regular place of worship and even contains the Royal Vault.


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