‘Moaning Markle’ is at it again. Just a few days after attacking the Royal Family in the first episode of her podcast, Meghan has been on the attack again.
In an exclusive interview with New York-based magazine, The Cut, Meghan took the opportunity to whine about Harry’s family and bleat about how “happy” the couple were to leave Britain behind and start a new, ”private” (ha) life in Hollywood.
In an extraordinary moan, the Duchess of Sussex told The Cut that she and Prince Harry had been “upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy… just by existing” while they lived in the UK after their lavish wedding in 2018.
Despite the left’s claim that the British press and public were immediately against Meghan, she was initially welcomed into the Royal Family with street parties and celebrations up and down the country.
The tabloid press gushed over her every move and right-wing commentators including Nigel Farage welcomed the strengthened ties between Britain and the United States.
The tide began to turn when it became clear that Meghan had her sights set on a woke, show-biz agenda. The couple was criticized for choosing to attend a Lion King premier in London rather than a Royal Marines charity event on the other side of the city.
Meghan Markle covers The Cut: https://t.co/dlEouOMVNh pic.twitter.com/XPETY8koOi
— Fashionista.com (@Fashionista_com) August 29, 2022
"*" indicates required fields
They were also called out for their climate hypocrisy as the couple took private jets to travel abroad despite lecturing about the environment.
In her latest venom-filled attack on what she calls “the firm” Meghan moaned that she had not been allowed to work for the Royal Family while making her own money:
“Then maybe all the noise would stop,” she said.
According to the article, they had considered moving to any Commonwealth country like New Zealand, Canada, or South Africa – but of course, the pair ended up in Hollywood, which supposedly has nothing to do with Meghan’s acting career:
“Anything to just … because just by existing, we were upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy. So we go, ‘Okay, fine, let’s get out of here. Happy to.
“That, for whatever reason, is not something that we were allowed to do, even though several other members of the family do that exact thing,” she continued.
Her new podcast, Archetypes, discusses the ways women are unfairly labeled—an experience Meghan has been through herself and is finally ready to talk about. "It’s really nice to be able to tell your own story," she says. https://t.co/VNU0VcEOsz
📷: @CampbellAddy pic.twitter.com/3TEVt8So3L
— The Cut (@TheCut) August 29, 2022
Unbelievably, Meghan went on to say that she’s willing to “forgive” the Royal Family after she chose to leave it and spend years attacking its members:
“I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy to not forgive. But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I’ve really made an active effort, especially knowing that I can say anything,” she said, insinuating that she could continue the onslaught if she chose.
Meghan then admitted that Harry had “lost” his father, Prince Charles, because of the rift she, in part, caused:
“Harry said to me, ‘I lost my dad in this process.’ It doesn’t have to be the same for them as it was for me, but that’s his decision.”
Towards the end of the interview, Meghan again gave what appeared to be a hint that she could continue to attack Harry’s family.
The Duchess said she had never “had to sign anything” to stop her running Harry’s family down at every given opportunity:
“I can talk about my whole experience and make a choice not to.”