Meghan Markle news: Duchess and Harry told to ‘stop the flow of me, me, me’ | Royal | News (Reports)


The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have come under fire after it emerged they are set to have an “intimate conversation” about their life together, as well as the “intense public pressure” they are subject to. One of their most prominent critics, royal biographer Angela Levin, took to Twitter to hit out at the couple.

She wrote: “Meghan and Harry talk to Oprah will include how they cope with ‘intense public pressure.’

“I’d advise they got rid of their 12-pr team and stopped the flow of me, me, me to the press.

“Who bets these millionaires will play the victim.”

Other Twitter users joined the royal expert in denouncing the couple’s upcoming TV appearance alongside the media personality.

Referencing ‘Finding Freedom’, a biography that claims to be an “honest” account of the couple’s life together, one person wrote: “It’s guaranteed Angela.

“The whole point of this interview is to get the general public to feel sorry for them and like them.

“It’s going to take a lot more than Oprah for that to happen.

“Finding Freedom was supposed to achieve that goal. Massive fail! Oprah! It will fail again.”


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