Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been accused of “playing social media liberals for fools”.
The Duchess of Sussex has captured attention over the last few weeks, as she broadcasted the first two episodes of her podcast series and took part in an interview for the US Magazine The Cut.
Meghan Markle is also receiving backlash for comparing her marriage to Nelson Mandela’s release, therefore, losing support from US media as well.
The former duchess is in trouble again
In the latest interview with The Cut, Meghan reportedly said a South African cast member, suggested her marriage to Prince Harry sparked scenes of joy in South Africa similar to the 1990 release of anti-apartheid campaigner Nelson Mandela from prison.
Meghan said: “He looked at me, and he’s just like light. He said, ‘I just need you to know: When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets the same we did when Mandela was freed from prison.'”
According to UK’s Daily Express earlier, a man claiming to be the only South African cast member denied ever having met Meghan Markle.
Journalist Richard Palmer said, ‘The Duchess of Sussex’s Spotify podcasts have certainly created interest but, looking at The Washington Post and the New York Post, there is evidence to suggest her constant complaining and false claims are not going down as well with Americans as she might have hoped.”
Meghan Markle’s latest bombshell interview with The Cut has proved to some royal experts that she has been the most destructive to the Royal Family in recent history, reported Express UK.
The Duchess of Sussex sat down with The Cut’s Allison P. Davis recently, telling her that she has made efforts to ‘forgive’ the royal family, also sharing that Prince Harry feels he has ‘lost his father’ after the couple moved away from the UK. She also addressed racist allegations against British media.
Now, commenting on the same, royal expert Niles Gardiner tweeted: “The sheer arrogance of Meghan Markle is breath-taking. One of the most destructive characters in modern Royal history.”