A US congressman has criticized Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their Netflix show, labeling the couple’s documentaries as “cringe-worthy”.
Newt Gingrich, who served as the 50th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1995 to 1999, has taken a scathing dig at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, accusing them of failing to “come to grips with the real world”. It is claimed to be.
“We’ve seen self-pitying tears and groans about how marrying into the royalty has brutalized Meghan – and how poor Harry has never been,” she said of the couple’s stay in California. I also considered having another child and witnessing it. William, the older brother, would be groomed to be King.”
“I felt like I was seeing two minors who couldn’t cope with the real world,” he added.
Meghan and Harry, who are presently residing in Montecito, have sparked international interest with their documentary.
Gingrich, 79, wrote for Fox that he finds it difficult to identify with the pair, who “had practically everything,” despite acknowledging that he and his wife are royals. There is a commitment.
In the documentary, Meghan discusses her battle with the media once the press learned of her and Prince Harry’s relationship, saying, “The promise ‘Once you’re married, don’t worry, It’ll get better, once they’re married. You’ll get used to it, and it’ll get better.” But, truth be told, no matter how hard I tried or how skilled I was. They were still going to find a way to harm me no matter what I did.”
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