Meghan and Harry’s interview left many ‘reaching for sick bucket’ TV host claims

A controversial Australian TV host has launched a scathing attack on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry saying their interview with Oprah Winfrey will have left many viewers "reaching for the chuck bucket".

Outspoken Aussie Sky News host Alan Jones, who has a long history of attacking the Royal couple, called the interview "contrived and made-up nonsense," said Meghan was "fake", and claimed, "Prince Harry it would appear, is long gone, captured by the untruths of Ms Markle…. and the victimhood she professes to endure".

He also claimed: "If Harry and Meghan went back to Britain, they’d be booed. I think there’d be a lot of people happy to join in!"

Alan has a long history of attacking the couple.

He previously slammed them for speaking out against climate change "despite taking private jets everywhere," and said when a teary Meghan Markle said she was "not okay" during the filming of Meghan and Harry: An African Journey, it was "self-indulgent rubbish", adding, "imagine spending time in Africa around the poorest of the poor – people who have no possessions – and you're carrying on. Have these two people got no awareness at all?"

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Alan also said previously: "The best character assessment of Meghan Markle is simply how she's treated her father. What kind of person, son or daughter, abandons a parent? Never forget where you came from."

However, many others have defended the couple.

Actress Janina Gavankar said: "I have known Meghan for 17 years. Here’s what she is: kind, strong, open. Here’s what she’s not: 'a bully'.

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"Any of us who know her, feel the same thing from her broken silence: Relief. The truth shall set you free."

Twitter user 'Prince latest' said "Harry had to watch his mum’s life get destroyed by the Royal Family and media. Then he was forced to walk behind her coffin with the world watching. He got his family out before history repeated itself. I don’t blame him or Meghan for wanting out at all."

Nicole Paul-Woodley said: "Well done Duchess!! We are so happy you got your voice back!" while Anna Gifty said "The Royal Family treated Meghan Markle the same way they treated Princess Diana. And the world loves Meghan Markle the same way we loved Princess Diana."

Mental health Charity Mind has also praised the Duchess of Sussex, saying "We applaud Meghan Markle for speaking out about her experiences of suicidal thoughts.

"We know that opening up in this way can be really difficult, but when high profile people talk about these experiences, it helps to break down the stigma around mental health issues."

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