The journalist admitted she has a “fixation” with the Duke of Sussexes’ “brow”. Social media users have taken to Twitter to call out Ms Walden on her “obsession”.
One Twitter user said: “Still obsessed I see.”
Another user previously posted: “So, Celia Walden is as unhealthily obsessed with Harry and Meghan as her husband, @piersmorgan. Give it a rest, please.”
In her latest column for The Telegraph, Ms Walden spoke about her “fixation”.
She wrote: “I’ve developed a fixation with Prince Harry’s brow.
“Over the past five years, it has gone from boyish and unfurrowed to Yoda-like: scored with the wisdom lines of someone thrice his age and weighed down by an almost unbearable number of responsibilities.”
Ms Walden labelled Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the “biggest philanthropic duo” since Bill and Melinda Gates.
She wrote: “As one half of the biggest philanthropic duo since Bill and Melinda Gates, he must knock back his kale smoothie… and set about saving the world.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the nation last year when they decided to step down as senior members of the Royal Family.
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It came after the Duke gave an interview to Fast Company and spoke about reforming social media.
During the interview, Prince Harry told the magazine: “There was a literal attack on democracy in the United States, organised on social media, which is an issue of violent extremism.
“We are losing loved ones to conspiracy theories, losing a sense of self because of the barrage of mistruths, and at the largest scale, losing our democracies.”
Ms Walden claimed the interview highlighted Prince Harry’s “furrowed brow” and “strength of feeling”.
She wrote: “It’s all too obvious when celebrities pick causes at random – for maximum effect and publicity – and so far Archewell’s buffet of good intentions has come across as charitable flailing, at best.
“But where there is real conviction, that power can be harnessed for good.”
Ms Walden’s husband, Piers Morgan, has frequently criticised the Sussexes since their departure from royal duties.
Earlier this month, Mr Morgan claimed Meghan and Harry should be stripped of their royal titles for “making a mockery” of the Royal Family.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Mr Morgan slammed the couple for using their royal titles to land big deals with Spotify and Netflix.
He said: “Here’s my position, it’s up to them but here’s my point; it all comes down to the same thing.
“Would Spotify have given them £2 if they weren’t the Duke and Duchess? They are fleecing their royal titles.”