Meghan Markle and Harry attacked for being 'painfully privileged' and lecturing people

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Meghan Markle and Harry attacked for being 'painfully privileged' and lecturing people

TalkRadio's host Dan Wootton questioned why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are lecturing the public about the Commonwealth when the Duke of Sussex

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TalkRadio’s host Dan Wootton questioned why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are lecturing the public about the Commonwealth when the Duke of Sussex benefited from it growing up. While speaking to a caller Brendon O’Neil, editor of Spiked Online, the pair agreed both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were two very privileged individuals. They then argued the public is sick of hearing from the pair especially after both elected to step away from senior royal life.

This backlash comes after both Meghan and Harry insisted the Commonwealth needed to look at its past before looking to the future in a video call with young leaders from the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.

Mr O’Neil said: “I have always thought that identity politics is really just a way for posh people to pretend to be oppressed.

“I think Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s latest shenanigans is proof of that.”

Mr O’Neil reflected on why he felt the former senior royals message wasn’t right coming from them.

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He said: “What we have here is too painfully privileged actual royals, a Duke and Duchess.

“We have them lecturing the rest of us about our supposed privilege.

“They are lecturing the rest of us to look into our souls and expel all the racism.

“Meghan and Harry are lecturing us on history which most of us having nothing to do with.

The royal commentator also complained of the messaging from Prince Harry, who benefited from growing up as a member of the Royal Family.

He also reflected on mistakes Prince Harry had made in his past that were disagreeable. 

Mr Wootton reiterated that Prince Harry, at one time, dressed up as a Nazi for a fancy dress party and used racial slurs. 

He concluded it was hard to stomach Prince Harry lecturing the Queen with his own chequered past. 



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