"Dazzled By The Worldwide Attention That Being A Princess Would Bring," Meghan Markle struggled to adjust to royal life, according to a new book.
A Kensington Palace insider said Meghan didn't enjoy the palace's strict standards or being compared to Kate Middleton in biographer Tom Quinn's book.
Meghan Markle found the Royal Family "a touch insulting" and detested being called a "second-rate princess."
Meghan Markle is described in the book as a "really charming, cheery, super-positive person" who struggled with life control.
According to the book, Meghan Markle struggled to adjust to royal life because she had to do and go as she was told.
According to a staff member, Meghan's certainty makes Harry feel at ease.