Meghan Markle and Prince Harry branded a 'couple of frauds,' 'people can't stand them'

Megyn Kelly says the pair will 'never come to terms' as to why people have turned against them

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are a “couple of frauds”, Megyn Kelly has told Dan Wootton.

The couple were in the UK last weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, marking Her Majesty’s 70 years of reign.

While they kept a low profile during Trooping the Colour on Thursday, the pair were seen walking down the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral following Friday’s the Service of Thanksgiving.

Dan Wootton and Megyn Kelly
Dan Wootton and Megyn Kelly
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

As they walked down the stairs, they were met with boos from the waiting royal fans.

While their decision to return to the US in a private jet has also been slammed after the pair previously spoke out about their love for the environment.

Speaking on GB News’ Dan Wootton Tonight, Ms Kelly said: “They will never come to terms why the public has turned against them, in your country and in mine.

“People can’t stand them now because they realise they are a couple of frauds.

“Their environmentalism is a fraud, their perpetual victimhood is a fraud, there supposed need for privacy is a fraud.

“And like any frauds, if you spend enough time watching them, they expose themselves over time.

“The environmental thing is fun though, I want that just for kicks to look at what they’ve said in the past.

“She’s been touting this since 2016 when she had her blog that nobody read.

“‘It’s important that we never forget the wellbeing of mumma earth’, what did mumma earth think about your carbon footprint on your 13-passenger jet which had its own separate state room on the way home.”