“How to Bag Yourself a Prince”

I was in the Daily Mail today regarding my Meghan Markle video…

How Meghan Markle’s ‘high-energy’ VOICE attracted ‘rebel’ Prince Harry according to a speaking coach (who says she’s the opposite of his Sloane Ranger ex-girlfriends)

  • Voice coach Jade Joddle, from London, says Meghan’s voice is ‘high energy’ 
  • Claims the Suits actress is the opposite of his ‘lackadaisical’ Sloane Ranger exes 
  • Joddle also suggests the Queen will not like Meghan’s speaking style
  • Meghan is described as the opposite of ‘poised’ Duchess of Cambridge 

A speech expert has revealed how it may have been Meghan Markle’s voice that first attracted Prince Harry.

Voice coach Jade Joddle, 31, from London, also suggests that the Queen may not approve of Meghan’s and Harry’s relationship – and much prefers the Duchess of Cambridge’s speaking style.

Jade has become a YouTube hit with her videos which analyse famous voices and her channels have amassed nearly 39 million views.

And Jade says we can all learn tricks to be more attractive like Meghan by improving your speaking style – using simple tips like connecting with your eyes and even eating certain foods.

Describing the possible future princess’ voice, Jade explains: ‘When Meghan speaks, she is super expressive. She wants to connect with her eyes and she conveys feelings through speech, tone and her face.

‘Through her overall speaking style, Meghan also comes across as sassy and fun. She speaks fast and with charisma, so she’s someone who captures your attention with her voice.

‘We enjoy watching people who speak like that and that’s probably what makes Meghan a successful actress.

‘Their faces are constantly drawing us in and showing us what they feel. People who speak like Meghan usually have a lot of social power and people want to know and be friends with them.


About Jade Joddle Jade Joddle is a speech and voice teacher who gives her non-native speaker clients back the confidence they had in their native language. She teaches high-level professionals to Speak Well in English so that they thrive and succeed.