As the Royal Family’moves on,’ Meghan and Harry ‘fired all guns.’
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have “fired all their guns,” according to a royal expert, but the “British monarchy continues to move forward.”
Despite the couple’s “explosive” media presence, expert @RoyalArjan wrote on Twitter that “they are still not the superstar humanitarians they aspire to be,” despite the couple’s “explosive” media presence.
Meghan Markle made an appearance on the US talk show Ellen on Thursday night, just eight months after she and Prince Harry sat down for a candid interview with Oprah Winfrey.
During her interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Duchess Meghan revealed personal details about her life with Prince Harry and their two children, Archie and Lillibet.
“Someone told H (Harry) and me that having one kid is a hobby, but having two kids is parenting,” she told the American host.
“All of a sudden, we realized, ‘oh right,’ everyone talks about what it’s like to have a second child, but no one talks about how the first child adjusts when the second one arrives.
“I believe they have that ‘oh, this is fun,’ ‘oh, this is how it is now’ moment.”
She also played a number of pranks on unsuspecting market stall vendors.
The Duchess wore leopard print cat ears and used a hidden earpiece to listen to Ms DeGeneres’ instructions, which included singing a made-up song called “I’m a kitten, meow, meow, meow.”
“Let mummy taste some,” she told a vendor selling hot sauce, adding, “My boo loves hot sauce.”
Many royal fans reacted angrily to the interview, accusing it of “mocking British royalty.”
“Now is definitely the time to strip Meghan of her royal title on the grounds that she is not behaving appropriately in public to carry the title that represents the Royal Family,” one critic wrote on Twitter.
“Meghan Markle is using her Royal title and making a mockery of British Royalty,” one person said.
Others, on the other hand, were in favor of the royal’s appearance.
Meghan’s behavior on the show, according to Emily Andrews, a royal journalist and commentator, “was so royal,” as she used the television slot to highlight charitable work and “put the limelight and spotlight on ordinary people.”
The 40-year-old royal has recently been advocating for paid parental leave, writing a divisive letter to Congress in support of the policy.
In the meantime, the Queen has been praised for her accomplishments.
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