• Meghan Markle is articulate and very eloquent 
  • The Duchess of Sussex has a great deal of charisma
  • Markle brought something into the royal family that is now missing  

Meghan Markle has a lot of potential, but her talents were not properly recognized when she was still with the British royal family, according to one author.

The Duchess of Sussex is a great public speaker because she is eloquent and articulate. Sean Smith, author of "Meghan Misunderstood," considered her talent in public speaking a gift that the Firm failed to appreciate.

"Meghan would be great in politics, I think the speeches she give are very inspirational and I think she is a tremendous public speaker," Smith told Daily Star. "She is very very articulate too and it is a gift that she brought to the Royal Family, a gift that was not properly appreciated. Meghan Markle is not a dull person, she has a great deal of charisma that is now sadly missing in the Royal Family."

Smith pointed out that Markle brought something different into the royal family that the other members like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge couldn't deliver because Prince Harry's wife has a different life experience.

"I don't want to knock members of the Royal Family, Prince William, Kate, and other members too, but Meghan has a different life experience than them. Meghan brought something that I think, is now missing," he said.

In February 2018, Markle accompanied her husband to the annual Endeavour Fund Awards in London and she delivered her first speech as a royal. Many praised her because she carried herself better compared to her sister-in-law Kate Middleton in terms of their first public speaking engagement.

"I don't know if you saw Kate Middleton's first speech that she made, but she was painfully shy. I think it was to children, you could see that she'd had training, she'd been told to pause. She hadn't taken control of the situation, she hadn't decided to be herself," body language expert Judi James said. "Meghan's acting helped [the situation], she's used to going on stage.”

The Duchess of Sussex also did not bring notes during her speech unlike the Duchess of Cambridge. Many believed that she is good at memorizing lines because she's used to memorizing scripts as a former actress.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle lay ferns and a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Warrior at the newly unveiled UK war memorial and Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Oct. 28, 2018, in Wellington, New Zealand. Getty Images/Rosa Woods