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« Reply #30 on: July 31, 2019, 03:13:38 PM »

So being on the front cover would be boastful but a whole magazine about her (which essentially what this is) isn’t?

The whole magazine is full of backhanded insults to people:

It would be too boastful for her.... so all her cover models are boastful because they agreed to be photographed

She didn't want to do the normal shallow end dive... meaning Vogue is shallow as is EE the editor

The paragraph about how ads don't represent her.... stating that magazines are capitalist monsters who are bought and dont represent her ethics

The "it seems" the back section questions are the most popular... meaning she's not familiar at all with the magazine or its audience

Those jumped out at me, I'm sure there were more.
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« Reply #31 on: July 31, 2019, 04:49:17 PM »

More from the forthcoming Vogue. Features include,

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How to feel good

A focus on ‘holistic’ approaches to health and well-being including a £60 Vitamin B skin patch, a £68 face mask an £80 face oil and a £237 watch-like device to improve sleep. It also plugs the Ilapothecary Spa in Kensington that Meghan and Harry visited when she was pregnant, particularly its £20 ‘Gong Bathing’ class – meditation to the sounds of crystal bowls and gongs.

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Sarah Chapman

There is a full-page feature on Meghan’s personal skincare expert, Sarah Chapman, who helped her glow on her wedding day. It says: ‘If you have only one facial in your entire life, go to Sarah Chapman’.

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Eco fashion

Sustainability is the latest buzzword, says Vogue, which advises its readers to ‘buy less, but buy better’. A round-up of eco-friendly items includes a pair of £115 Veja trainers, featuring recycled plastic uppers – a brand Meghan wore in Australia last year.

Nice work if you can get it...

https://www.dailymail.co....verse-revealed-Vogue.html

The irony bring that we have to buy the magazine, thus using paper and trees, to read this not-so-brilliant advice.
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« Reply #32 on: July 31, 2019, 07:54:39 PM »

Seriously, the mag is on the newsstand racks only on Friday ... who will buy it if ALL the content is leaked and pre-published already in the run-up week?

Given WHAT has already been leaked, it's pretty clear that this edition is so different from the "usual" ones that their "normal" readers can be sure that they won't like it, as it does not provide what they are accustomed too (luxury fashion & beauty stuff).

To me it seems pretty clear that the whole edition is a Me, Myself and I.

And her stans whine about how even Charles edited a mag ... I'd think that Country Life or whatever it was did not show pics of Charles and his flowers and his veggies on every second page ...

She's just another of these virtue-signaling celebs, and with this her "masterpiece" she has cemented that all the people calling her out on it were just right from the beginning.

Hope the mag lies on the racks like lead.
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« Reply #33 on: July 31, 2019, 08:36:31 PM »

More from the forthcoming Vogue. Features include,

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How to feel good

A focus on ‘holistic’ approaches to health and well-being including a £60 Vitamin B skin patch, a £68 face mask an £80 face oil and a £237 watch-like device to improve sleep. It also plugs the Ilapothecary Spa in Kensington that Meghan and Harry visited when she was pregnant, particularly its £20 ‘Gong Bathing’ class – meditation to the sounds of crystal bowls and gongs.

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Sarah Chapman

There is a full-page feature on Meghan’s personal skincare expert, Sarah Chapman, who helped her glow on her wedding day. It says: ‘If you have only one facial in your entire life, go to Sarah Chapman’.

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Eco fashion

Sustainability is the latest buzzword, says Vogue, which advises its readers to ‘buy less, but buy better’. A round-up of eco-friendly items includes a pair of £115 Veja trainers, featuring recycled plastic uppers – a brand Meghan wore in Australia last year.

Nice work if you can get it...

https://www.dailymail.co....verse-revealed-Vogue.html

Don't forget the £4398 week-long breathing workshop.  Whatever would we do without Meghan telling us how to breathe?

the breathing week nonsense, not to mention  the price shows how done deaf she is. 
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« Reply #34 on: July 31, 2019, 08:41:15 PM »

Sorry I meant tone deaf. Nono
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« Reply #35 on: July 31, 2019, 10:21:44 PM »

Seriously, the mag is on the newsstand racks only on Friday ... who will buy it if ALL the content is leaked and pre-published already in the run-up week?

Given WHAT has already been leaked, it's pretty clear that this edition is so different from the "usual" ones that their "normal" readers can be sure that they won't like it, as it does not provide what they are accustomed too (luxury fashion & beauty stuff).

To me it seems pretty clear that the whole edition is a Me, Myself and I.

And her stans whine about how even Charles edited a mag ... I'd think that Country Life or whatever it was did not show pics of Charles and his flowers and his veggies on every second page ...

She's just another of these virtue-signaling celebs, and with this her "masterpiece" she has cemented that all the people calling her out on it were just right from the beginning.

Hope the mag lies on the racks like lead.


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You (and everybody else here) nailed it. The word "virtue signaling" was INVENTED for Megan. I'm getting sick and tired of all the super correct stuff they both spout before climbing into their private jet or helicopter.
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« Reply #36 on: July 31, 2019, 10:57:23 PM »

More from the forthcoming Vogue. Features include,

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How to feel good

A focus on ‘holistic’ approaches to health and well-being including a £60 Vitamin B skin patch, a £68 face mask an £80 face oil and a £237 watch-like device to improve sleep. It also plugs the Ilapothecary Spa in Kensington that Meghan and Harry visited when she was pregnant, particularly its £20 ‘Gong Bathing’ class – meditation to the sounds of crystal bowls and gongs.

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Sarah Chapman

There is a full-page feature on Meghan’s personal skincare expert, Sarah Chapman, who helped her glow on her wedding day. It says: ‘If you have only one facial in your entire life, go to Sarah Chapman’.

Sorry she does understand that as things stand...the U.K is set to leave the EU on the 31st of Oct with no deal which, will not only increase austerity in this country, but make it so the 90% of people in this country won't be able to afford any of the things she advocates right? Is she trying to start a flipping revolution, cause we've been there, done that: it didn't stick.

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Eco fashion

Sustainability is the latest buzzword, says Vogue, which advises its readers to ‘buy less, but buy better’. A round-up of eco-friendly items includes a pair of £115 Veja trainers, featuring recycled plastic uppers – a brand Meghan wore in Australia last year.

Nice work if you can get it...

https://www.dailymail.co....verse-revealed-Vogue.html
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« Reply #37 on: July 31, 2019, 11:15:50 PM »

Some pictures of them (not together). Her at Smart Works and him and Goodall.

https://www.dailymail.co....womens-clothing-line.html
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« Reply #38 on: August 02, 2019, 12:24:15 AM »

From today's Popbitch:

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Meghan Markle must be furious that the latest issue of Vogue features such a glowing endorsement for fancy 'gong bathing' therapy clinic, Ilapothecary, as she's previously gone to great lengths to keep that place a secret.

Meghan's team of lawyers came down pretty hard on the papers that tried to write about her visits to the boujie alt-treatment centre before, claiming that they were invading her privacy.

No doubt she'll be writing a sternly-worded letter to the editor.
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« Reply #39 on: August 02, 2019, 04:59:39 AM »

there are some gems in this review of the entire issue:

https://www.thedailybeast...big-on-serious-low-on-fun

"How to Feel Good,” an item that promises “Holistic approaches for complete health and wellbeing,” name-drops a few London spas Meghan has visited, like the wellness store Ilapothecary Spa, which offers “restorative and healing” Gong Bathing sound meditation sessions.

Meghan did not write the piece promoting Ilapothecary, but she was seen attending the "herbal boutique" in April, when she was in the midst of planning her issue. A longtime palace rule forbids members of the royal family from accepting free services or clothes, though complimentary perks have long been enjoyed by fashion editors."

Nice loop hole!
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« Reply #40 on: August 02, 2019, 02:20:20 PM »

I wonder if in this September Vogue issue, Meghan will surprise her dear fans with exclusive glossy pictures of Archie and his woke parents à la Tom Cruise/Suri/Katie Holmes in a Vanity Fair issue some years ago.  Thinking

It's just a thought I had yesterday scrolling over these Vogue circus articles, that would quite outrageous since they wanted 'privacy' for Archie, but really it's all this mad idiotic self-promotional debacle is missing. That wouldn't even surprise me. Still, I hope she isn't that much out of touch and stupid.
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« Reply #41 on: August 02, 2019, 02:51:15 PM »

I wonder if in this September Vogue issue, Meghan will surprise her dear fans with exclusive glossy pictures of Archie and his woke parents à la Tom Cruise/Suri/Katie Holmes in a Vanity Fair issue some years ago.  Thinking

It's just a thought I had yesterday scrolling over these Vogue circus articles, that would quite outrageous since they wanted 'privacy' for Archie, but really it's all this mad idiotic self-promotional debacle is missing. That wouldn't even surprise me. Still, I hope she isn't that much out of touch and stupid.

That ship sailed long ago.
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« Reply #42 on: August 02, 2019, 03:18:30 PM »

Apparently Maghan inserted her favourite poem in the issue, which include the words "I don't give a f..k about your bod ". Charming!  I'm sure the royals will love that.. 
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« Reply #43 on: August 02, 2019, 03:28:23 PM »

We all love this planet, we all want to do something to help keep her healthy but the whole eco movement now just reeks with elitism and condescension.
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« Reply #44 on: August 02, 2019, 03:33:09 PM »

As for royals doing high profile climate change stuff,

Pierre Casiraghi sailing Greta Thurnberg across the Atlantic so she doesn't have to fly to the UN Climate Action Summit > Harry barefoot at the Google Camp talking about plastic coffee stirrers.
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