Meghan Markle hypocrisy outlined over royal order - ‘she made a huge complaint’

Meghan Markle hypocrisy outlined over royal order - ‘she made a huge complaint’

Angela Levin blasts 'hypocrite' Meghan Markle for 'woke' comments

GB News
Harvey Gough

By Harvey Gough

Published: 20/11/2023

- 12:56

'I think it's one of those woke sort of things,' said royal commentator Angela Levin

Angela Levin has hit out at Meghan Markle’s comments after her red carpet appearance without husband Prince Harry last week.

Levin joined Nana Akua on her GB News show to discuss the ex-royal’s conduct at the event.

Levin exposed the Duchess of Sussex hypocrisy as she outlined her choice to wear beige - something she claims the royal family were keen on her doing as to not steal the spotlight.

She explained: “She was wearing beige, which she made a huge complaint about that. She said the royal family made her because they didn't want her to use any bright colour.

"So here we have Miss Hypocrite again.”

Meghan Markle was out in Los Angeles at the Power of Women Gala, Levin said: “Meghan was actually out at some do, and she did all the turn right, turn left and she said what she really wants to do now - huge smile - was to make people ‘feel’.

“And I burst out laughing because I thought, feel what? What does she actually mean?!”

Meghan Markle and Angela Levin

Meghan Markle and Angela Levin

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On what could have spurred Markle’s odd comment, Levin said: “I think it's one of those woke sort of things.”

Meghan was also asked at the event if she was on a "mom's night out" during her appearance and the royal laughed and replied: "Exactly".


Meghan Markle attends the Variety GalaMeghan Markle attended the Variety Gala in Los Angeles on Thursday nightGetty

Levin added: “And if she really doesn't want to belong to the royal family, why is she hanging on like death for the titles and for the titles for her children?”

TheVariety magazine’s Power of Women gala in Los Angeles was a rare appearance for the Duchess of Sussex without Prince Harry.

“She was excited to be there without Harry, of course,” said Levin. “Just smiling and looking this way and that and trying to look as happy as possible.”

The event was Markle’s first public appearance since recent claims from royal biographer Omid Scobie concerning the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleScobie claimed Meghan Markle found out about Queen's death before HarryPA

According to Scobie, Harry was ignored by Prince William on the day and the family did not want Meghan to travel to Balmoral with her husband.

Levin also commented on these allegations, saying: “He has been incredibly unpleasant about the royal family. He said very nasty things.

“A lot of the words he says about Harry, I found was exactly the opposite of what Harry said to me.”

Despite apparent ties to the couple, insiders close to the Sussexes have told the Mail the couple have nothing to do with the Scobie's new book.

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