How the Tabloid Press Vilified the Royal Women

The British tabloid press has a long history of vilifying royal women, often portraying them in a negative and sensationalist light. This treatment has been particularly harsh towards women who have been seen as deviating from traditional norms or expectations, such as Diana, Princess of Wales, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. The tabloids have often engaged in character assassination, publishing salacious rumors and fabrications about these women, and have been accused of racism, sexism, and misogyny. This negative coverage has had a profound impact on the lives of these women, and has contributed to their struggles with mental health and their relationships with the royal family.