The PR industry is still in high demand, even at a time when celebrities sometimes become their own (false) public relations on social media. Since the royals are not allowed to post there, PR is absolutely done for them. It's no surprise that Harry and Meghan hired a professional PR representative as a kind of crisis manager to deal with Meghan's family drama.
As Baby Sussex arrives shortly, you must think that Harry and Meghan are preparing for another crazy attack. Nevertheless, only a very experienced PR professional would accept something so complex.
Take a look at who hired them and see what she's heralding for what's coming.
The PR staff for whom they hired worked the Clintons
If you know the name Sara Latham, you may have heard that he was spoken three years ago when Hillary Clinton ran again for presidency. Latham was campaign advisor to Hillary during the 2016 Campaign, and the first one was for President Bill Clinton in the late 1990s.
Bring Brits, but she's probably known all over the pond in the UK. These political connections were probably noticed first by Harry and Meghan. No doubt, they had to consult to find out who they could hire to best represent their interests and perhaps mediate family peace with Thomas and Samantha Markle.
Some will look at this, considering that Latham had cleared some scandals for the Clintons. She did so with flying colors, and having a politically-minded PR person is probably a good idea for Harry and Meghan, for a good reason.
Being King Is Really Political
Considering that Meghan and Harry are both going to work on politically oriented concerns, you can see why they want Latham. British and Australian media have even accused Meghan of being very left in their agenda, although most of these views are feminist.
Of course, Meghan's family drama is just as political. The whole Brouhaha about her stepsister Samantha and father Thomas Markle Senior has still split whether the Duchess of Sussex is a homewrecker.
Then you have the upcoming problem that Samantha Markle is writing a "tell all about" book about Meghan. Once the royal baby is born, you can see the royal dung beating the fan.
So what can Latham do to convince the Meghans public family of wrongdoing or even become a peace broker?
Will Latham be able to convey who Meghan really is?
Yes, you can almost use the marketing banner of "Game of Thrones" of "Winter is Coming" when it comes to Samantha Markle's all-in-book. She is reported to be publishing two books, including the date of the first release, just after Baby Sussex was born. This does not include how one can earn a lot of money with interviews.
Latham will give up her job for her to properly convey to the public who Meghan really is as a person. Hopefully, she and Meghan get to know each other well so that Latham can convincingly show that Samantha's book is pure garbage or simply exaggerated.
The best strategy is to make Meghan look human rather than a saint. Most people know that what their family has said may be a small kernel of truth, not the utterances they say.
In other words, it may resemble the Princess Diana, who had flaws in nature, except for a few who tried to make her look holy.
Latham as Olive Branch for Family Peace
We will see if Sara Latham can become a peace broker for Meghan with her family. Those who work in PR are not always known to work this way. Nevertheless, it is important for Meghan to have someone who can communicate directly with their family and not just with distant courtiers.
Maybe Latham works as a lawyer or mediator who can talk to her dad, step-sister, and step-brother to convince her madness.
During Latham's intense work in politics, she worked primarily as a Democrat repairer to prevent hell breaking loose. We are all known to bring a little more heaven to Meghan to reduce the ongoing pressure.