She receives a lot of criticism for the ways she appears to break royal protocol and for other alleged behaviors. However, a new report claims that Meghan Markle may actually not be guilty of being too radical and could even be considered “too good” for the royal family as a whole.

In an appearance on Yahoo’s Royal Box, PR expert Nick Ede revealed that he thinks the Duchess of Sussex is much better than she’s given credit for after host Kate Thornton asked him if she was “too good.”

“She ticks every single box, from the way that she looks, with the way that she thinks, the way that she speaks,” he said. “There is nothing that is wrong in her, apart from maybe writing on bananas. But nothing else. She has never put a foot wrong.”

However, royal historian Anna Whitelock stated that some people still believe Markle doesn’t embrace royal protocol as much as she should, and she even warned that the royal family should be mindful of how much influence the Duchess reportedly has over her husband, Prince Harry.

“Meghan holds all the cards. I think Meghan now is in a more powerful position than she has ever been,” she said. “She’s married to Harry and clearly dotes on her and adores her. She clearly has a great deal of influence over him. She’s now the media darling and now she has a baby.”

Of course, Markle has been the focus of several reports criticizing her during the first year of her marriage to Prince Harry. Though several reports were proven to be false or over-exaggerated, she has been the subject of several stories that painted her in a less positive light. Not only was she blamed for an alleged feud with Kate Middleton as well as for a feud between Prince Harry and Prince William, but she’s also been criticized as reportedly faking her pregnancy and for not giving the public their right to meet her son the day he was born, opting to do a photocall at St. George’s Hall in Windsor Castle two days later instead.

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Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images