Nigel Farage slams Meghan Markle's curtsy claims
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Meghan Markle has been accused of “projecting disdain” for the UK and “openly mocking” British people during her bombshell Netflix documentary series. During one of the earlier episodes, Meghan joked about having to curtsey to the late Queen after Prince Harry recounted the conversation he had with his wife when he first introduced her to Her Majesty. Large parts of the documentary series see the couple detail how they are now able to live a much quieter and happier life with their two young children in California and not be harassed by the British press.
In one clip, Harry makes reference to “institutional gaslighting” before it cuts to Meghan telling the camera: “I wasn’t being thrown to the wolves, I was being fed to the wolves.”
Meghan also opens up about their move to the US and says: “Our security was being pulled. Everyone in the world knew where we were.” Harry added: “I said, ‘We need to get out of here’.”
The sixth and final episode also sees the Duke on board their private jet at 6am on March 14, 2020 and saying: “We are on the freedom flight. We are leaving Canada and we are headed to Los Angeles.”
But Nile Gardiner, a Washington-based foreign policy expert and Royal Family enthusiast, raged in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk: “When Meghan talks about their security being pulled and being fed to the wolves, what we are seeing is the projection of victimhood by her.
“This whole idea that she is a victim of mistreatment by the Royal Family, but also she is a victim of treatment by the British people.
“She has a clear vendetta against the British media, but she is also projecting disdain for Britain. Some of the clips are hugely insulting, not only to the British monarchy, but also to the British people.
“This idea of fleeing oppression in Britain is completely laughable. She is portraying this as some sort of ‘freedom flight’ and this is a clear and open mocking of Great Britain and the British people.”
Mr Gardiner believes the Netflix documentary result in “a furious backlash against Meghan and Harry in the UK” that has seen them destroy any goodwill they had remaining with the British public.
He also claimed the series is “not only insulting to the Royal Family, but it is also a slap in the face to the British people as well”.
The Royal Family fan continued: “This documentary series is an outright attempt at tarnishing the image of the British monarchy. It will result in a furious backlash against Meghan and Harry in the UK.
“The monarchy represents the British people. This Netflix documentary is not only insulting to the Royal Family, but it is also a slap in the face to the British people as well.
“This documentary will be seen as a monumental betrayal of the Royal Family and will be viewed as an all-out assault against the British monarchy.”
Mr Gardiner added: “This is a bridge too far for Meghan and Harry with the Royal Family. There’s no turning back now from their latest vicious attacks.
“They have spectacularly burnt whatever bridges remain with Buckingham Palace but significantly, they have completely destroyed any remaining goodwill there may have been among the British people.”
During the documentary series, Harry alleged that Kensington Palace “lied to protect” Prince William when it issued a joint statement in both their names the same day which he claims was without his permission, denying a story his brother had bullied him out of the Royal Family.
Harry also claimed his brother left him terrified when he screamed and shouted at him, while the Duke also accused his father King Charles III of saying untrue things when the Queen gathered them together at Sandringham in January 2020 to solve the ‘Megxit’ crisis.
The Duke of Sussex also accused his father King Charles of “saying things that just simply weren’t true” while claiming his plan to partially exit royal duties was rejected.
He said in episode five: “I went in with the same proposal that we’d already made publicly, but once I got there I was given five options – one being all in, no change, five being all out.
“I chose option three in the meeting – half in, half out. Have our own jobs but also work in support of the Queen. It became very clear very quickly that goal was not up for discussion or debate.
“It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that just simply weren’t true. And my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there and take it all in.
“But you have to understand that, from the family’s perspective, especially from hers, there are ways of doing things and her ultimate, sort of, mission, goal/responsibility is the institution.”
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace said they will not be commenting on the allegations and claims made by Harry and Meghan in the latest episodes of their Netflix docu-series.
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