Meghan Markle blasted for ‘not supporting her husband’ on London visit: ‘She doesn’t like the UK!’

Meghan Markle blasted for ‘not supporting her husband’ on London visit: ‘She doesn’t like the UK!’

WATCH NOW: Angela Levin criticises Meghan Markle for not joining Prince Harry in the UK

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 07/05/2024

- 09:50

Prince Harry will return to the UK alone this week for an Invictus Games thanksgiving service

Meghan Markle has been criticised by Royal Biographer Angela Levin for "not supporting" Prince Harry, as the royal prepares to make a triumphant return to the UK.

The Duke of Sussex will attend a thanksgiving service in London on May 8, to mark ten years of the Invictus Games.

However, the Duchess of Sussex will not be in attendance. She will join her husband on a trip to Nigeria take place immediately afterwards instead.

This comes as a new poll revealed Meghan as the "least popular royal", ranking at just 12 per cent. Princess Kate came out on top with over 70 per cent of the vote.

Angela Levin and Meghan Markle

Angela Levin says Meghan Markle 'doesn't want to support her husband' in the UK

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Reacting to the latest polling on GB News, Angela Levin said the results are "not surprising", and claimed that Meghan "doesn't like the UK".

In discussion with host Martin Daubney, Levin said: "Meghan doesn't like us, she doesn't want to come to the UK."

Sharing her thoughts on Meghan's snub of the Invictus Games service, Levin criticised the Duchess for "not supporting" Prince Harry at such a personally important event.

Levin fumed: "She doesn't even want to come to support her husband when he's here."

Levin also claimed that Meghan's decision not to visit the UK anymore is a significant factor in the results of the poll, stating that "people don't like" Meghan's stance on the UK.

The Duchess was last seen in the UK in late 2022, when the Royal Family attended the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Despite Meghan's absence from the UK, Prince Harry has been seen in his homeland on several occasions, as he continues his legal battle against the Home Office. He also paid a visit to his father King Charles earlier this year, following his cancer diagnosis.

Turning the discussion to the monarch, Angela Levin praised the King for his return to public royal duties, after seeing a "positive reaction" to his treatment.

Angela Levin

Angela Levin says Meghan Markle 'doesn't like the UK'

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Hailing the King's "extraordinarily open" approach to his health, Levin said Charles is "not putting any cover on himself" in regards to his cancer.

Levin told GB News: "I think people have seen what King Charles is really like. When he went on his first visit since he was diagnosed with having cancer, he said to people it was a bit of a shock.

"And really you don't imagine that a Queen or a King would say that."

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