Meghan and Harry in ‘deep trouble’ after Jo Koy’s jokes at Golden Globes

Meghan and Harry in ‘deep trouble’ after Jo Koy’s jokes at Golden Globes

WATCH NOW: Harry and Meghan branded ‘figures of ridicule’ after Golden Globes mockery

GB News
Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 09/01/2024

- 13:31

Comedian Jo Koy made Netflix's CEO laugh as he poked fun at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's docuseries

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been told they may be in "deep trouble" with their popularity, after they became the butt of a joke at this weekend's Golden Globes.

Comedian Jo Koy hosted the 81st annual film awards in Beverly Hills, where the 52-year-old took aim at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Since leaving the Royal Family in 2020, Harry and Meghan have continued to dominate the headlines, with various projects released from their stateside home in California.

In a turbulent year for the Sussexes, Prince Harry released his tell-all memoir Spare, and the pair were linked to Omid Scobie's controversial royal biography Endgame.

Jo Koy

Comedian Jo Koy hosted the Golden Globes on Sunday night


Prince Harry and Meghan are yet to disclose any involvement in the book, penned by the ally of the couple.

During Koy's opening monologue, he took aim at the Duke and Duchess, and their projects with the streaming giant.

Koy told the room filled with Hollywood actors: "Harry and Meghan Markle got paid millions for doing absolutely nothing. And that's just by Netflix."

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos was spotted laughing at the joke as the TV cameras cut to his table.

Speaking to GB News, royal commentator Lady Colin Campbell warned the couple of their diminishing popularity.

Lady C told host Mark Dolan: "I think they are going to be in such deep trouble. I think the chickens are coming home to roost in a very big way.

"I can guarantee things are going to get an awful lot worse."

Lady Colin was joined by commentator Phil Dampier on the show, who claimed the royal couple "won't be happy" with the joke.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were mocked at the 81st Golden Globes ceremony


Dampier revealed: "When you start to become figures of ridicule, you are in trouble.

"When they first went out there, they were popular.

"When you when you've fallen out with the woke luvvies and they're starting to take the mickey out of you, you know that your star has fallen."

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