Meghan Markles Ellen interview is tacky and an embarrassment to Royal Family

Who would've thought Meghan Markle would be appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres show?

Doesn't take a genius to figure this appearance means the world to the fame-hungry C-list Suits' actress.

As soon as Meghan, 40, arrives, her bootlicker friend, Ellen DeGeneres, 63, refers to the Hollywood desperado as the "Duchess of Sussex" as she waves to tens of adoring fans in the audience.

The pair explained their relationship is a decade old, as they recall their first meeting in a pet shop.

Of course, sycophantic DeGeneres admits she and Meghan are neighbours in Los Angeles and "hears" of Harry's love of California.

Goodness, I was struggling to deal with the overload of soppiness and blatant a*se-kissing – no wonder Ellen's desperately clutching onto her last series.

The chat continued with Meghan retelling her story of attending a Halloween party in Toronto in 2016 with Prince Harry, claiming it was the last "fun night on the town before it was out in the world that we [Prince Harry and I] were a couple."


The conversation becomes somewhat interesting (big leap) when Meghan begins to explain her involvement in pushing for paid family leave – a cause seemingly close to the actress' heart.

Meghan told the 63-year-old chat show host: "I will do everything I can to make sure that we can implement that for people," and by that she means lobbying senators through sending unsolicited messages on the letterhead "Duchess of Sussex".

Earth to Meghan: who do you think you are?

I guess her family's right in saying fame changed the woman.

The actress now believes she's in a position to cold-call elected officials and push for changes in law from a position of zero authority, albeit attempting to trade off her hollow "duchess" title.

I'm assuming spending so much time with a dumbo like Harry, anyone would start to become delusional.

Clearly Meghan now thinks her position as a bratty ex-royal who ran away from her duties in the UK qualifies her for a position in American politics.

Here's a newsflash she won't like.

Unlike the rest of the opportunities that have been handed to the couple on a plate, she can't rely on nepotism this time, and perhaps she doesn't realise you need to be popular in order to exert some form of power in the American political system.

Swiftly moving on before sending the audience asleep, the pair began to speak about Meghan's new book The Bench – a new children's book that she originally wrote for her husband (hope she included pictures for Harry).

Without going into too much detail, Meghan said: "It's just a sweet love story between a family," – safe to say it's not an autobiographical tale.

After some inane chatter about Halloween costumes and Thanksgiving, the show cuts to a segment of Meghan wearing an earpiece with Ellen dictating what she should do and say (a role Harry is very familiar with).

The "Duchess of Sussex" (as she likes to remind everyone) dressed as a cat on one of America's biggest chat shows, as she pranced around the streets singing: "I'm a kitten, meow, meow, meow."

With all due respect, I don't care what this woman does to embarrass herself on TV, but leave the Royal Family out of it.

With every use of that undeserved royal title, it's a dagger in the heart of the Queen who has worked all her life to maintain an institution that takes itself and work seriously.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Your Majesty, take that title away.

Time flies when you're in pain and this episode will go down as one of the most excruciating and tacky appearances in American broadcasting history.

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