Meghan Markle said in an interview with American radio that she bought Prince Harry a bench with a special sign on his first Father’s Day, and also described her new children’s book as a “love story” about living with a representative of royal blood “in good or bad times,” writes Gmail. However, Markle’s story did not melt the hearts of the British, who still dislike the former actress and accuse her of hypocrisy. The correspondent of “Free News made an exclusive translation of comments from disgruntled residents of the UK.
The Duchess of Sussex appeared on NPR Weekend to talk about her book The Bench, which topped the New York Times bestseller list of children’s picture books. This is her first interview since she and Prince Harry accused the royal family of racism during their conversation with Oprah Winfrey.
“There is a lot, a lot of special detail and love in this book,” Markle said.
However, the British were not very impressed and moved by the publication of the wife of Prince Harry. In the UK, only 3,212 copies of the book were sold in the first week after publication. User comments under the article also do not indicate favor in her address.
“An author who ostracized her own father is writing a book about fathers and their offspring. Let’s hope that Thomas Markle will write a book about a narcissistic and vindictive daughter.”
“Megan, it’s Father’s Day, not Husband’s Day. You still have a father. Remember him? He hasn’t met your husband yet, let alone the children. How about reflecting on how you treated him, especially on this day of the year when you should respect and honor him?.”
“A 10-year-old girl could write a better poem than this.”
“Harry doesn’t even deserve a chaise longue, let alone a bench. You are an ungrateful couple.”
“And this is because she holds on very tightly to the title of a family she absolutely despises…”
“Someone needs a heart to love, Duchess of Hypocrisy.” “Another piece of nonsense from Prince Harry’s wife. Why would she need so many expensive PR people when all she supposedly wanted was to get away from the “terrible” British media?” commentators are indignant.