US audiences becoming tired of Meghan Markle’s ‘nonsense’, says royal expert

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Royal expert Megyn Kelly has claimed citizens of the United States of America are fed up with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's "nonsense".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been known to gain support from across the pond after they stepped down from their roles in the Royal Family and started fresh in Montecito, California.

However, after giving numerous interviews and insights into their lives within the Firm, America has allegedly been left divided over whether they should support the couple any longer. In a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, Meghan, 39, and 36 year old Harry accused someone within the family of raising "concerns" over the colour of their child Archie's skin before he was born.

Meghan also confessed she had suicidal thoughts during her pregnancy with the now-two year old and went to Firm for help, but was told "it wouldn't be good for the institution."

Harry later said in his mental health TV series with Oprah Winfrey, The Me You Can't See, that every time he asked for help was met "with total silence or total neglect".

Now, journalist and commentator Megyn Kelly has spoken out about the couple and their recent need to divulge all about what they experienced.

"Are the people in the US believing Meghan Markle, are they buying her stories?" GB News Dan Wootton asked her. "We hear again now that there is this conjecture about whether she actually made this call to the Queen. In America does Meghan Markle still maintain support?" he continued.

Megyn replied: "I think perhaps the American people are more supportive of her than the Brits are at this point.


"But I think it is also divided by political party over here. The Republicans, in my estimation, after speaking with them and watching some of the polling, they have had enough of their nonsense – Meghan and Harry's.

"The Democrats love them because they're pro-woke, they're victims, they want to talk about their mental health problems all the time even though, you know, they want to do it from their palace or their new palace in Montecito.

"Some on the left, not normal liberals, but some of them that consider themselves woke are kind of into that."

Megyn went on to explain that she believes there's also some divide over the name they chose for their daughter Lilibet "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born on 4 June.

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"They are naming their daughter after the matriarch of this racist, bully, cold, prison family, the ones who wanted her to kill herself, the ones who didn't want her to get any help, the ones who are racist towards her first child," she said.

"Somehow, they nonetheless decided to name their daughter after the matriarch said family. It kind of makes you wonder whether there is any truth to the original allegations."

She added: "I think Meghan and Harry should have just gone with Diana. You call the Royal Family a bunch of racists, you describe living in the Royal Family as living in a prison and you criticise the family.

"Maybe at that point, you have sacrificed, waived your right to name your offspring off of the matriarch."

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While the royal couple did say there were some "concerns" over the colour of their son's skin, Harry told Oprah off camera that it did not come from the Queen, 95, or his late grandfather Prince Philip.

Speaking on US daytime show This Morning, Oprah said: "He did not share the identity with me but he wanted to make sure that I knew and if I had an opportunity to share it, that it was not his grandmother nor his grandfather that were a part of those conversations.

"Neither his grandmother nor grandfather were a part of those conversations.

"He did not tell me who were a part of those conversations, as you can see I tried to get that answer. On camera and off."

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