Meghan Markle latest news: Harry & Duchess RIDICULED on US TV as comic says Netflix show will be 'like a SLEEPING PILL'

MEGHAN & Harry has been mocked on US TV over their reported docu-series for Netflix.

The Netflix series, which The Sun first revealed two years ago, is no surprise. In fact, Meghan has been Keeping Up With The Kardashians ever since she and Harry moved to the States in 2020 and is increasingly morphing into the ubiquitous Kim.

The matter was discussed on the Wendy Williams Show with Michael Rapaport – and the comic didn't hold back in his assessment of the couple.

Mr Rapaport said: "Prince Harry, Harry ballgame, and Meghan Markle are getting a reality TV show according to Page Six. They let the cameras into their home for a juicy project, insiders say it may possibly be about their breakdown with the Royal Family.

"I hear you guys moaning and groaning, I feel the exact same way. This show will be a human sleeping pill. These two, you need to get a life. You need to get a life. You left the Royal Family to do a reality show."

He added: "He took her last name. She is driving the ship. I just don't understand it, they were doing philanthropy and now they are doing a reality show.

"A rumour has it that they might be starting a CBD company. What's the deal, are you guys doing? Are you money laundering?"

He added: "You guys said you didn't want attention, you didn't want to be in the limelight but you're starting a reality TV show."

Read our Meghan Markle live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Lauren Lomas

    Meghan’s sister calls for Duchess to be grilled by lawyer

    Samantha Markle claims her reputation was wrecked during Meghan’s feud with the Royal family, adding fuel to their bitter deformation row. 

    The Duchess’ 57-year-old half-sister has called on legal eagles to spend up to seven hours quizzing the royal.

    Samantha is currently seeking £60,000 in damages and alleges she’s the victim of false and malicious statements.

    She has accused Meghan of concocting a “false narrative and fairy-tale life story”.

  • Lauren Lomas

    Harry accused of ‘destroying the Royal Family’

    A royal commentator has accused Prince Harry of being “determined to destroy” the Royal Family – even going as far to claim the Duke and Duchess of Sussex cannot be trusted.

    Angela Levin, has claimed it is “very difficult” to know what the couple are going to do during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, because Harry is “determined to destroy” the Firm after he made the to leave in 2020.

    Ms Levin told The Sun: “You cant trust them, it’s very difficult to know what they’re going to do. Harry has now left the Royal Family and I think he is determined to destroy it.”

  • Lauren Lomas

    Australia elects anti-Queen left wing PM Anthony Albanese 

    AUSTRALIA has elected left wing Anthony Albanese as their new Prime Minister, who notoriously tried to remove the Queen as their head of state.

    The Labor leader triumphed in the turbulent election this weekend, securing his spot after vowing to tackle the cost of living crisis.

    But the 59-year-old had previously threatened to crumble the Commonwealth, sharing his desire to get rid of Her Majesty.

    Despite previously demanding the country hold a national vote on becoming a republic in 2018, there were no plans listed in Labor’s manifesto.

    The anti-royal republican instead earlier revealed the party want to prioritise bringing in an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.

    But in a statement, they said it was “important that Australians have the opportunity to discuss and consider appointing an Australian head of state in the future.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Inside Harry & Meghan's glitzy lifestyle

    There can be no doubt that life as a royal has its perks – including public adulation, plenty of cash and glamorous trips abroad.

    But many aspects of such committed public service are also gruelling, and the family is surprisingly normal, choosing church services and board games at Christmas and generally staying away from glitzy parties.

    Harry's lifestyle now is a far cry from his very traditional childhood.

    He has reportedly swapped lifelong friends for celeb pals, and regularly spends time with stars including Serena Williams, Ellen DeGeneres and Zendaya.

    Rather than attending public functions, he now meditates and does yoga in the mornings and often attends awards ceremonies during the evenings.

    Royal author Tina Brown said she believes he'll "wake up" one day to realise he's living in Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop website.

    She likened the Sussexes' lifestyle to Paltrow's much-mocked wellness buisness, which advises vaginal steaming and sells £122,000 gold dumbbells.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Prince Harry ‘unrecognisable’ to Royal family as he ‘can’t seem to stop talking’ to press

    Prince Harry has become almost ‘unrecognisable’ to his family according to a royal expert as he ‘can’t seem to stop talking’ to press.

    Since Meghan Markle and Harry finalised their royal exit with a move across to the states, the Duke of Sussex has used the press to his advantage and has wanted to “blabber to the press” about his experience.

    Speaking to 60 Minutes Australia, royal author Tina Brown discussed Harry’s contradicting attitudes towards the media.

    The host Liam Bartlett said: “He’s a strange mix, isn’t he, on one hand, he has this pathological hatred of the press and on the other hand, he’s quite happy to use them to seal the entertainment deals, to do the headline interviews, to promote his book”.

    Ms Brown said: “It’s certainly a paradox, that a man who kept saying all he wanted was privacy, now can’t seem to stop talking.

    “I think that is baffling to his family”.

    She added: “In fact, one of the things, I heard constantly from within the Royal Family, people, they said, like we don’t recognise Harry.

    “We don’t understand, you know, why he’s doing this, we don’t understand it”.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry stuck in privacy ‘paradox’

    A royal biographer has claimed that Prince Harry is stuck in a “privacy paradox” as he can’t stop talking to the press.

    On 60 minutes Australia, host Liam Barlett asked Tina Brown about the fact that despite Harry seems to hate the press, he is happy to talk to them about his upcoming book. 

    Tina Brown replied: “It’s certainly a paradox, that a man who kept saying all he wanted was privacy, now can’t seem to stop talking.

    “I think that is baffling to his family”.

    She added: “In fact, one of the things, I heard constantly from within the Royal Family, people, they said, like we don’t recognise Harry.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    What we know about Harry & Meghan's Netflix series

    It was recently revealed that Harry and Meghan will reportedly allow Netflix cameras into their home for a Keeping Up With The Kardashians-style docuseries.

    According to Page Six, the Sussexes have been working with production crews for several months now – despite Meghan's animated show Pearl being recently dumped by the platform.

    The streaming giant apparently plans to release the series at the end of the year to coincide with the publication of Harry's bombshell memoir.

    Harry vehemently denied claims the couple would shoot a reality TV show in September 2020, and has previously said life in the Royal Family was like being in The Truman Show.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Prince Harry and Meghan mocked in the US

    Michael Rapaport ROASTED the ex Royals on the Wendy Williams show.

    He took the mick out of their upcoming Netflix show, comparing the pair to The Kardashians.

    The audience clapped as the comedian jibbed: “A rumour has it that they might be starting a CBD company. What’s the deal, are you guys doing? Are you money laundering?”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Queen won’t recieve Trooping Of The Colour salute for 1st time in 70 years

    THE Queen will NOT receive a Trooping the Colour salute for the first time in nearly 70 years during her Platinum celebrations.

    Her Majesty, 96, has attended the event to take the royal salute every year of her reign, except in 1955 when it was cancelled due to a national rail strike.

    The Queen’s birthday parade, known as Trooping The Colour, is a display of military pageantry involving 1,500 officers and soldiers and 250 horses from the Army’s Household Division on Horse Guards Parade.

    This year, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal are set to take the royal salute on horseback instead – because of the Queen’s ongoing mobility issues.

    The royal duties will be delegated to Charles, William and Anne during the military display at the Horse Guards Parade at the beginning of next month, the Sunday Times reports.

    The Duke of Kent, 86, will also not be riding on horseback with them this year, as he traditionally has as colonel of the Scots Guards.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry & Meghan ‘could extend stay’ for Lilibet’s christening

    Royal commentators have suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “could extend” their UK stay to hold their daughter Lilibet Diana’s christening ceremony in the presence of the Queen.

    The couple’s upcoming visit to Britain has led to speculation as to whether they will have a christening with all of Lilibet’s royal relatives in attendance.

    Speaking on the latest episode of Royally Us, hosts Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross discussed the possibility that Harry and Meghan could “extend” their stay for the special occasion.

    Ms Garibaldi said, “maybe Lilibet will have her christening while they are at Windsor during the Platinum Jubilee”.

    Ms Ross responded: “It’s such a busy weekend, especially we talked about last week about how members of the Royal Family are going to different, you know, countries within the United Kingdom [for Jubilee celebrations].

  • Joseph Gamp

    Who will appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony?

    Joining the Queen on the balcony will be the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, and the Princess Royal.

    The momentous line-up also includes the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, Princess Alexandra, and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.

    And they will stand alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and the Wessexes' children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, for the historic occasion.

    The Sussexes and the Duke of York will, however, still attend other events, but it is not yet known which.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Queen won't recieve Trooping Of The Colour salute for 1st time in 70 years

    THE Queen will NOT receive a Trooping the Colour salute for the first time in nearly 70 years during her Platinum celebrations.

    Her Majesty, 96, has attended the event to take the royal salute every year of her reign, except in 1955 when it was cancelled due to a national rail strike.

    The Queen's birthday parade, known as Trooping The Colour, is a display of military pageantry involving 1,500 officers and soldiers and 250 horses from the Army's Household Division on Horse Guards Parade.

    This year, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal are set to take the royal salute on horseback instead – because of the Queen's ongoing mobility issues.

    The royal duties will be delegated to Charles, William and Anne during the military display at the Horse Guards Parade at the beginning of next month, the Sunday Times reports.

    The Duke of Kent, 86, will also not be riding on horseback with them this year, as he traditionally has as colonel of the Scots Guards.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry accused of ‘destroying the Royal Family’

    A royal commentator has accused Prince Harry of being “determined to destroy” the Royal Family – even going as far to claim the Duke and Duchess of Sussex cannot be trusted.

    Angela Levin, has claimed it is “very difficult” to know what the couple are going to do during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, because Harry is “determined to destroy” the Firm after he made the to leave in 2020.

    Ms Levin told The Sun: “You cant trust them, it’s very difficult to know what they’re going to do. Harry has now left the Royal Family and I think he is determined to destroy it.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Queen reportedly ‘taking it easy’ ahead of Jubilee celebrations

    Her Majesty has been told to take things easy ahead the June celebrations.

    The 96-year-old Monarch is still said to be struggling with the effects of Covid-19, as she looks to be in top shape for her Platinum Jubilee.

    A source close to the Royal family spoke on the Queen’s need to take it easy ahead of June.

    The royal insider told US Weekly: “[She] is still adjusting to her routine and charging up her batteries even now.

    “The other factor here is that she wanted to be as close to full strength as possible for the Jubilee celebrations, which she’s been looking forward to immensely.

    “By not [overexerting] herself it’s giving her more energy to participate in as many of the events as possible.”

  • The Sun

    How to win a limited-edition great Jubilee Tea Towel (2/2)

    The Sun’s great Jubilee Tea Towel competition is over, with Lily Hope, 11, winning with her beautiful depiction the Queen sitting beside one of her beloved Corgi dogs. 

    But how do you get your hands on one of 500 limited-edition tea towels? 

    Simply email [email protected] with TEA TOWEL as the subject line. Remember to include your full name, address and postcode.

    11 year old Lily Hope from Uldale, Cumbria,. Her winning picture of the Queen, for the Sun Royal Tea Towel Competition.
  • Joseph Gamp

     Harry & Meg’s new TV show ‘smacks of DESPERATION’

    Plans for Harry and Meghan to let cameras into their home for a ‘docuseries’ have been branded ‘desperate’ by The Queen’s former aid.

    Dickie Arbiter, who was press spokesman to both the Queen and Prince Charles, told Palace Confidential that the move appears to contradict the royal couple’s wish for privacy. 

    “It smacks of desperation,” he said.

    “It’s a bit rich, two people who left the UK, walked out of the Royal Family, because they wanted privacy, they’ve done nothing else but put themselves up front and a week doesn’t go by when there isn’t some sort of statement coming out of their PR people.”

    The Daily Mail’s Diary Editor Richard Eden also added: “The Kardashians do a reality series, the Sussexes do a docu-series. For any good fly-on-the-wall documentary, you need some tension, you need drama, otherwise it’s just boring. 

    “Netflix really do want bang for their buck,” he told the programme.

    “What we’re thinking now, will they be bringing Netflix with them for the Jubilee celebrations?”

  • The Sun

    Lily Hope, 11, wins The Sun’s great Jubilee Tea Towel competition (1/2)

    Lily drew the picture of Her Majesty with one of her beloved corgi dogs after her uncle saw our contest in The Sun on Sunday.

    This wonderful bit of art was chosen by our panel of expert judges, and will now be printed on 500 tea towels to celebrate Her Majesty’s Jubilee. 

    Lily says: “My great uncle Brian knows I love the royals and I love drawing. 

    “So when he saw the competition, he told me all about it.

    “The Queen is amazing – a strong leader who has always put others first and dedicated her life to her country.

    “I loved doing the drawing and I couldn’t believe it when I heard that I’d won. It was such a shock.”

  • The Sun

    Duke & Duchess to consider staying in England for Lilibet's christening

    Reports from Royal experts have said that the Royal pair could stay in England in order to perform their daughter’s christening ceremony in the presence of her great grandmother, the Queen.

    The Duke & Duchess will soon be in the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, and some commentators expect them to extend this trip. 

    Speaking on the latest episode of Royally Us, hosts Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross discussed the possibility that Harry and Meghan could “extend” their stay for the special occasion.

    Ms Garibaldi said, “maybe Lilibet will have her christening while they are at Windsor during the Platinum Jubilee”.

    Ms Ross responded: “It’s such a busy weekend, especially we talked about last week about how members of the Royal Family are going to different, you know, countries within the United Kingdom [for Jubilee celebrations].

    Harry and Meghan currently live in an £11m California mansion, but will stay in Frogmore Cottage for Her Majesty’s Jubilee.

  • The Sun

    Kate STUNS as she hits the red carpet with Mission Impossible star

    Kate took viewers' breaths away she attended the premier for Tom Curise's new flick, Top Gun Maverick

    She can be pictured laughing joyfully with the movie star, as he made her Royal acquaintance.

    Prince William was also there, looking as dapper as ever, meeting with some of the biggest names in Hollywood.

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Veysey/Shutterstock (12946411cz) Prince William, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Tom Cruise 'Top Gun: Maverick' film premiere, London, UK – 19 May 2022
  • The Sun

    Duke & Duchess criticised for tell all docuseries set to air on Netflix

    The Royal couple is set to produce a "keeping up with the Kardashians" type docuseries, letting a camera crew into their £11 million mansion.

    Royal biographer Angela Levin told The Sun Online: "It's absolutely extraordinary, it shows what hypocrites they are and how they change their minds if it suits them. 

    "He just complained that his life was like a zoo being in the Royal Family and yet he's going to have people that are going to film every minute of their life in their own home".

    She went on to say: "He said that he wanted to be private, he wanted to be ordinary and every time he heard a camera click it took him back to very sad memories of his mother – and now he's doing all that."

  • The Sun

    Art teacher cancelled for calling Duchess 'dreaded Meghan' speaks out

    Last year, Dr Anne Anderson sat down to give a normal lecture with little knowledge that her life would change forever.

    The lecture took place just days after Meghan & Harry's infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey.

    During the lecture she said: "I hope attendance will be better now I don't have to compete with the dreaded Meghan".

    Most took the comment at face value, a light hearted remark about the Royal, but one reported her to the school's authorities.

    "It feels like bullying,' she told the Daily Mail.

    "At no point has it felt like the society wanted to really understand my point of view. It felt like they had already decided I was guilty from the beginning. But guilty of what? Even they ultimately admitted I had not made a racist comment but still ruled it to be inappropriate. I am not sure that definition would stand up in a court of law, but it has been enough to decimate my career."

  • The Sun

    Meghan’s sister calls for Duchess to be grilled by lawyer

    Samantha Markle claims her reputation was wrecked during Meghan’s feud with the Royal family, adding fuel to their bitter deformation row. 

    The Duchess’ 57-year-old half-sister has called on legal eagles to spend up to seven hours quizzing the royal.

    Samantha is currently seeking £60,000 in damages and alleges she’s the victim of false and malicious statements.

    She has accused Meghan of concocting a “false narrative and fairy-tale life story”.

  • The Sun

    Prince Andrew set to join the Queen in Garter Day ceremony

    Taking place at Windsor Castle on June 13, the Garter Day ceremony is one of the highest profile events in the Royal Family's calendar.

    The controversial Duke will also will be listed in the next day’s Court Circular.

    The Duke will attend the event privately. However, there are fears his presence could overshadow the Queen's celebration, bringing unwanted controversy to the proceedings.

    A source told The Telegraph that Andrew's attendance is "standard practice".

  • The Sun

    Prince Charles gifts grandson George with present worth £18,000

    Being the great grandson to the longest-reigning Monarch in British history can have its perks.

    One of these benefits is, of course, the presents.

    Reports have emerged that Prince Charles splashed £18,000 on a playhouse for George, featuring a real wood burning stove and day bed.

    Truly a gift fit for a prince.

  • The Sun

    Sadiq Khan turns down invite to visit Sussexes' £11 million mansion

    The London Mayor reportedly wants to avoid being drawn into a "Royal civil war".

    Speaking to the Mail, Norman Baker, former Lib Dem Transport Secretary and Royal author, said it was a surprise to see Khan receive an invite.

    'Although Harry and Meghan are semi-divorced from the Royal Family they need to be careful not to demonstrate any political allegiance,' he told MailOnline. 'Sadiq Khan was right to turn this invitation down.'  

    While logistical problems are the main reason Khan chose to turn the couple down, reports also suggest that he does not want to get in the middle of their long-running feud with Her Majesty the Queen.

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