I saw a reference to Meghan Markle as "The Princess of Woke." I wouldn't focus on that aspect of her. My reading is that she has a Personality Disorder, similar to Diana's, and has taken whatever weapon looks most likely to create conflict. If you can force the conflict out of your own head and watch others do it, it is a relief, even if people get upset and yell at you. That is just more ammunition. Given her generation and upbringing, wokeness was the weapon she is best trained to wield. I don't think she and Harry are as fully capable of having ideas as most of the rest of are. Words and even entire attitudes are used instrumentally, with diminished relation to their actual meaning.
Sigh. That's half the internet these days, it seems, of people adopting positions with an idea of elevating themselves and damaging others, with little regard for the actual content. I wonder how much we should be applying that to history, of not taking the slogans at face value, nor perhaps even the well-crafted essays and orations. Even Bible sections might be looked at in this way. It is Lent, and I am thinking of the statements of the crowd on Palm Sunday and then before Pilate. It is often noted that these are a complete reversal, making no logical sense. Yet they made emotional sense to the people saying them, expressing their aspirations and angers situationally rather than logically. We are studying Joshua at present, and the voices of the people may be similarly unreliable there. They think they mean what they say, but can turn on a dime.