Australian TV personality gives brutal message to Meghan and Harry
A Sky News commentator has poked fun at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, saying people are tired of hearing them complain.
Sophie Elsworth, who is also a media writer for The Australian, claimed the couple had no right to whine as they are two of the most privileged people in the world.
Her fiery criticism comes after Prince Harry met “toxic trauma” expert Dr. Gabor Maté met for a 90-minute conversation.
A Sky News commentator has poked fun at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, saying people are tired of hearing them complain
The 38-year-old said he feels “a little different” from the rest of his family, opened up about his upbringing in a “broken home” and said he was “saved” by Meghan.
Elsworth was unfazed by the interview and said the couple has no intention of stopping invading the royal family.
“These are two of the most privileged people in the world who are always complaining,” she told Sky News’ Royal Report on Sunday night.
“And I thought there would be some peace and quiet there for a while, but actually, he raises his head again and complains more.”
Elsworth took aim at the couple’s grueling campaign to speak about royal life in a series of interviews, a documentary and a book.
The couple spoke to US presenter Oprah Winfrey in 2021 and then continued to share life behind closed doors in the Netflix documentary Harry and Meghan in 2022.
Prince Harry continued to stir controversy with the release of his book, Spare, before revealing his latest venture with Dr. mate passed over.
Elsworth said the interview brought nothing new to the table and appeared to repeat old claims.
“His financial model is clearly failing because they’ve exhausted almost every avenue,” she said.
“I think people just get fed up with Harry and are starting to switch off.
“I couldn’t believe some of the stuff I heard there, that he honestly believes that stuff that’s coming out of his mouth, that he doesn’t want to be the victim.
Sophie Elsworth, who is also a media writer for The Australian, claimed the couple had no right to whine as they are two of the most privileged people in the world
“I mean, honestly, this guy is on another planet.”
In an interview with Dr. Maté spoke to Prince Harry about his drug use, his views on the war in Afghanistan and not seeing himself as a “victim”. However, he never once mentioned his brother William.
Describing his struggles to find his “authentic true self” growing up, he said, “I felt a little different from the rest of my family. I felt weird in that container, and I know my mom felt the same way, so it makes sense to me.
The King – where Dr. Maté publicly diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) – said he gave his children Archie and Lilibet constant hugs to “show affection over them” – something he doesn’t think he inherited from his father, King Charles .
He also spoke about the importance of parents not arguing in front of children, saying: “Do you have these disagreements, arguments, whatever it isn’t… luckily my wife and I don’t have those.
“The idea of having those in front of the kids? I suppose my parents probably had a lot of them [rows] in front of me, maybe it’s because of that… it’s not a good idea.”
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