Meghan Markle wants to up her game with how she raises her two children with Prince Harry.

People reported that the Duchess of Sussex talked about the matter during a recent episode of her podcast, “Archetypes.” It comes after she engaged with her guests to converse about the word “b****” in the material titled “To ‘B’ or Not to ‘B’?”

As noted, the co-CEO of Ariel Investments and chairwoman of Starbucks, Mellody Hobson, was one of the guests in the podcast episode. During the former working royal’s exchange with her, she recalled how her single mother raised her in Chicago.

The 53-year-old businesswoman told Meghan Markle that her mother was “very unique.” She also stated that her mom gave her “hard truths of life with so much love and support” growing up, as per the publication.

Hobson is said to have continued in the exchange that she calls her mother’s practice as “brutal pragmatism,” adding, however, that it comes “with so much love.” She consequently noted that she and her other five siblings were raised to go after what they wanted.

The magazine noted that the executive later recalled a story from her childhood years, particularly the time she found her own orthodontist and went to the appointment by herself. She revealed that she asked her friends and made the appointment because of a fang, adding that she knew she “couldn’t go through life like that.”

Hobson also reportedly remembered how her “special” orthodontist treated her like an adult. As noted, when she told the professional they did not have the money for braces, she shared, “And he gave me a payment plan.”

The businesswoman is said to have later told Meghan Markle that what she did did not surprise her mother, explaining, “If I wanted to do things, I had to figure it out every time.”

People said that the “impressed” Duchess of Sussex responded to her guest and told her she has to rethink her style of parenting.

The magazine, in its report published on Tuesday, quoted Meghan Markle, saying, “I have to rethink my parenting style! Because if that’s what yields you, then I’ve really got to up my game with our kids being self-sufficient.”

Elsewhere in the podcast episode, which dropped later on Tuesday, Meghan Markle shared she has “zero interest” in reclaiming the term “b****.” She also stated that she “hates the word so much,” adding that it gives her “hives.”

Even so, Entertainment Tonight, in its report covering the matter, noted that the Duchess of Sussex still celebrates how some women are “reframing, reclaiming, and relinquishing” the word in question.