The talk show host, Wendy Williams, criticized the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.
In a recent chat with ITV, Markle revealed that he did not know what it meant to be serious with Prince Harry for his future when his British friends warned him that a local tabloid would "destroy" him after the marriage.
"When I first met Harry, my friends were very excited. U.S. friends "I'm happy because I'm happy," Markle said. "But my British friends, they believe she's beautiful, but they say I shouldn't do it because 'British tabloids will ruin your life.' I just don't understand," he said in a documentary titled ' Harry & Meghan: Travel Africa.
"You know what you registered for a girl! Meghan, no one feels sorry for you, "Williams said on Tuesday at his talk show." Don't try to gather sympathy from us. You know what you are doing. … Harry and Meghan have nothing to lose by moving to America. "
Williams, 55, then refers to Markle's friends in England as "hating girlfriends," suggesting that Meghan might lie to try and get sympathy.
Williams does not stop there. He again suggested to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to divide their time between the United States, Britain and somewhere on the African continent.
"Move to America and live part time in Africa like you want to do. You have to keep going back to England. The thing about moving to America is, you really kicked the royal thing out of your life. So, have a place in all three places. Having a big house in Malibu, a big hut, you know – I've never been to Africa, I don't know – a big hotel or anywhere you will live in Africa and then have a royal palace-equivalent place in England, "he said.
Williams saw no reason why Markle was surprised that the paparazzi was chasing him. "Of course, because you are now a nobleman. They don't follow you when you wear 'Jas,' we don't even know who you are except when you come to work here at Wendy and want to be one of our runway models," he said.
While viewers around the world were fascinated by the ITV documentary last weekend, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey in which the nobles openly talked about their relationship and being in the public eye and how the arrival of baby Archie has changed their lives, Williams does not seem impressed .
In the documentary, Meghan revealed how being a mother in the spotlight had become a "struggle". "The above is just trying to be a new mother or trying to be a new bride. Not many people ask me if I'm okay. But it's a very real thing to go behind the scenes, "Meghan said.
Williams's comments about Meghan living in a shanty in Africa have clearly attracted a lot of criticism, especially from Africa who consider her statement inappropriate.
Can't believe there are still African-Americans who still believe that people in Africa live in "huts". Wendy Williams actually said this on national TV
– Bella Michelle (@onlybells_) October 23, 2019
Wendy Williams told Meghan Markle and her husband to get a hut in Africa. He never and did not know how they lived. Bitch … ignorance. pic.twitter.com/aT2OAxJfkE
– Chavous (@ ChaChaslide88) October 22, 2019
-. (@LifeOfCherelle) October 22, 2019
Wendy Williams, it's about time you travel to 'Africa' and educate yourself about CONTINENTS. That way you won't make spontaneous comments about the hut !!! I love you, Wendy, but I think your comments are not well thought out and might make you lose a lot of African viewers across the board!
– Tumelo (@TumiKaminskas) October 23, 2019
However, Williams is not the only one who hit hard at Markle. 79-year-old Loose Female presenter, Gloria Hunniford, believes that nobles should not be too blunt about their struggles.
After meeting with many underprivileged people in Africa and then Markle suddenly talking about tensions and pressures, Hunniford said he had great empathy for the public work to be carried out by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex but did not consider the documentary to be the right place for talk about it.
Watch the documentary here: