Classless Meghan Markle Launched New Vicious Attack on Royal Family Days Before Queen’s Death – Then Went Out to Shake Hands with UK Crowds – WHO TREATED HER ACCORDINGLY

TheNew York Magazine’s “The Cut” published an interview with hateful Meghan Markle on August 29, just days before the 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth’s death.

Classless as usual, Markle launched a new attack on the Royal Family.

Markle said she and Harry were happy to leave Britain and were “Upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy… just by existing.”

The Daily Mail reported:

New York Magazine’s The Cut on August 29 published a bombshell interview with Meghan Markle where she launched a new attack on the Royal Family – saying she and Harry were happy to leave Britain and were ‘upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy… just by existing’.

The interview with Markle was released after it was claimed Harry and Meghan would not visit the Queen at Balmoral on their visit to the UK.

After the Queen’s death last week, Meghan postponed her Archetypes podcast and both she and Harry have remained in the UK. They are expected to stay until after the funeral on September 29.

Then on Saturday, Harry and Meghan joined the Prince and Princess of Wales outside the gates of Windsor Castle. Markle and Harry were seen shaking hands with British citizens mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth.

The British crowds were excited to meet the new Prince of Wales but not Harry’s Meghan.

Look for Meghan to cry in the cameras over the horrible treatment she endured in London.

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