I wouldn't even mind if she just acknowledged the uniqueness of her situation. Just say, "Before I married Frederik, I was a normal woman holding down a regular job with all of the challenges and balancing acts that came along with it. But even in that situation, I know how incredibly fortunate I was to be living and working in Australia, a country with a lot more gender equality and freedom than many other places. And while it may seem ironic that I am here in a role which I have because of the man I married, I want to choose to use my platform to highlight the urgent needs of millions of women around the world who can only dream of experiencing any of the freedoms and opportunities I've had at any stage of my life." And then step away from the podium and hand the microphone to someone with some experience or real credentials!
Spot on Cordelia
She’s like one or two other married ins who need to take a good look at their own lives before becoming a spokesperson for anything.
ITA and I'd like to add that this is also applied in born royals as well. Generally speaking, nobody should lecture anybody about anything but...