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The Project host Lisa Wilkinson offers Meghan Markle advice about being in the spotlight

The Project’s Lisa Wilkinson suggests Meghan Markle should stay out of the spotlight and ‘go quiet’ – after the royal announced her trendy new powdered latte venture

TV host Lisa Wilkinson has offered some advice for Meghan Markle, after the Duchess of Sussex announced her involvement in a trendy powdered latte startup this week. 

On Tuesday, the star of Australia’s The Project quipped that she would not remain in the public eye, if she were in 39-year-old Meghan’s shoes. 

‘She is supporting an all-female run business, and that’s all great. But if if I was Meghan and Harry, I’d just go a little quiet for a while,’ the 60-year-old said. 

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Sage: TV host Lisa Wilkinson (pictured) has offered some advice for Meghan Markle, after the former royal announced her involvement in a trendy powdered latte startup this week

‘I’d just go off and make some really great documentaries for Netflix. And then come back and say, “Look, we’re practicing what we’re preaching”. 

‘But little sideline things, I don’t think helps,’ Lisa added. 

The comments come after Meghan confirmed in a statement to Fortune that she had invested in Clevr Brands, which has a range of lattes that come in powder form, in an article published on Monday. 

Comment: On Tuesday, the star of Australia's The Project said that she would not remain in the public eye, if she were in Meghan's shoes. 'She is supporting an all-female run business, and that's all great. But if if I was Meghan and Harry, I'd just go a little quiet for a while,' Lisa said

Comment: On Tuesday, the star of Australia’s The Project said that she would not remain in the public eye, if she were in Meghan’s shoes. ‘She is supporting an all-female run business, and that’s all great. But if if I was Meghan and Harry, I’d just go a little quiet for a while,’ Lisa said

Not for her: 'I'd just go off and make some really great documentaries for Netflix. And then come back and say, "look, we're practicing what we're preaching". But little sideline things, I don't think helps,' Lisa added

Not for her: ‘I’d just go off and make some really great documentaries for Netflix. And then come back and say, “look, we’re practicing what we’re preaching”. But little sideline things, I don’t think helps,’ Lisa added

The company was founded in January last year and is run by CEO Hannah Mendoza. 

It is based in Santa Barbara, California. Meghan came across it by apparently sampling its superfood coffee in 2017, when the founder was selling it at a pop-up store before creating the at-home blend she now sells. 

Clevr Blends has a range of powdered ‘superlattes’ that cost $USD 28 ($AUD 37) each. 

In business: The comments come after Meghan (pictured) confirmed in a statement to Fortune that she had invested in Clevr Brands, which has a range of lattes that come in powder form, in an article published on Monday

 In business: The comments come after Meghan (pictured) confirmed in a statement to Fortune that she had invested in Clevr Brands, which has a range of lattes that come in powder form, in an article published on Monday

Hipster goods: Clevr Blends has a range of powdered 'superlattes' that cost $USD 28 ($AUD 37) each. It also sells a USD$18 (AUD$24) branded milk frother and travel mug that is sold out

 Hipster goods: Clevr Blends has a range of powdered ‘superlattes’ that cost $USD 28 ($AUD 37) each. It also sells a USD$18 (AUD$24) branded milk frother and travel mug that is sold out

Fan: Hours before Meghan's stake in the company became public, Oprah (pictured) plugged the brand on Instagram

Fan: Hours before Meghan’s stake in the company became public, Oprah (pictured) plugged the brand on Instagram

It also sells a USD$18 (AUD$24) branded milk frother and travel mug that is sold out.   

Hours before Meghan’s stake in the company became public, Oprah plugged the brand on Instagram. 

She said her ‘neighbor M’ had given her a basket of the goods ‘for Christmas’. 

Tis the season: She said her 'neighbor M' had given her a basket of the goods 'for Christmas'

Tis the season: She said her ‘neighbor M’ had given her a basket of the goods ‘for Christmas’

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