Meghan Markle became the subject of another mockery in a popular Australian comedy show. The Aussie celebrities poked fun at her relationship with the royal family.
Meghan Markle Mocked In A Vicious Aussie TV Show For Relationship With Queen
On Monday, TV show host Tom Gleisner played a video of the Queen's speech at the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference. However, the supporters of the duchess rallied around her to attack the mockery.
In her remarks, Her Majesty said she was "proud" of her family. So, Gleisner asked the panelist, "Proud of who?"
"Meghan Markle trolls," FiFi replied per Express.
Tom jokingly responded saying, "She's unleashed them."
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Ed Kavalee responded and gave the correct answer.
"Well, this was spicy, because she thanked Prince Charles and then Prince William for their efforts in conservation, but didn't thank Prince Harry and Meghan Markle," he said.
Twitter Users React To Queen Elizabeth Allegedly Snubbing Prince Harry
Initially, many felt that the Queen snubbed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when in her COP26 speech. The British monarch was supposed to attend the event but had to cancel her attendance due to her doctor's advice. However, she still appeared virtually to deliver her remarks.
"It is a source of great pride to me that the leading role my husband played in encouraging people to protect our fragile planet, lives on through the work of our eldest son Charles and his eldest son William," the Queen said in her remarks. "I could not be more proud of them."
Twitter users have mixed opinions about Her Majesty's statement. Some felt that she snubbed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but others disagreed.
One said the Queen didn't mention Prince Harry because he wasn't part of the project.
"Her Majesty is speaking to the line of succession, nothing more. She loves her family, and any narrative to the contrary is false," one said defending the Queen.