MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY SLAMMED FOR ‘PUBLICITY-SEEKING WORD SALAD’ AFTER ‘CLINGING TO’ AFGHAN CRISIS WITH POST
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been blasted online after saying they feel “layers of pain” amid the unfolding crisis in Afghanistan.
Royal biographer Angela Levin and presenters Piers Morgan and Julia Hartley-Brewer are among those who have hit out at the couple’s “attention-seeking word salad”.
Ms Levin, who wrote a biography on Harry, told Sun Online: “Who do they think they are?” It’s as if we are all small children and now they are going to look after us,” she said. “It’s meaningless – completely meaningless.”
And she claimed the couple are simply “posturing” rather than offering a way forward.
“It’s so grandiose and patronising,” she said.
“This is another example of them telling us what to do – we mustn’t fly, we mustn’t have more than two children, we must be compassionate to those we know and those we don’t know – and they’re the least compassionate people you can imagine.”