Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have both given speeches in public. And it is not surprising if they will be compared to each other in this regard.

On the online forum site Quora, royal fans are debating on who is the better public speaker between the two Duchesses. Claire Chase said that there is no denying the fact that the Duchess of Sussex is a better public speaker than the Duchess of Cambridge because she’s used to being in front of the camera. Prince Harry’s wife is also confident and articulate in front of big crowds.

But when it comes to the content of the speech, Chase said that Middleton is better.

“Her speeches are direct, to the point, focused on the charity and appropriate for the crowd. She stays on topic. Whether it be her own words, or a combination of hers and her communication team, it works. She is dignified and classy as always. Meghan talks a lot about nothing. She uses the same trendy words in every speech. Most of her speeches start out with an adorable story about herself,” she said.

Humaira Masud, a graduate from the University of Surrey, said that Markle is more confident in her delivery, her words are clear, and she doesn’t seem nervous. Middleton, on the other hand, just improved over the years.

Daisy Ann Jones, a single white female from the United Kingdom, said that Markle is a better public speaker than Middleton because she has been trained as an actress. But royal fan Melissa Marshall doesn’t agree. She said that Middleton is still a better public speaker.

“Meghan name-checked herself 43 times in her speech at the launch of Smart Works less than a month ago. Meghan calls attention to herself too many times in her speeches, particularly when she speaks off the cuff. Too many personal examples of herself are inserted in speeches, speaking ‘I,’ ‘Me’ too many times. Kate does not speak like that,” she said.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle attend day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018, in London. Getty Images/Clive Mason