In Meghan Markle's latest tell-all interview she left no stone unturned, from her fraught relationship with the British press to the adorable reason why Archie calls trees "mama and papa".
Meghan also revealed a number of bombshells in the discussion with glossy US magazine The Cut, claiming even her social media accounts were controlled by the Royal Family while she was a working member.
But not everyone was happy about the interview – journalist and Brexit Party politician Martin Daubney took to GB News for an angry rant aimed at the Duchess, blasting her claims and calling her allegations "nonsense".
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He said: "She says it’s about truth bombs but I think it has completely exploded in her face.
"There's an astonishing litany of allegations."
Daubney continued: "She was approached by a person in South Africa who compared the royal wedding to the release of Mandela from jail," referring to a moment in the interview when Meghan alleged she was approached by a South African member of The Lion King live-action cast member in 2019.
The Duchess claimed the cast member pulled her aside and said: "When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the street the same we did when Mandela was freed from prison."
Meghan Markle says 'it takes effort to forgive' when asked about rejoining Royal Family
The author of the article Allison P Davis added following Meghan’s tale: "Of course, she knows she’s no Mandela," but this didn't stop Daubney from taking a swipe at the Duchess – branding her "narcissistic" for the comparison.
And his barrage of complaints against the former royal didn't stop there, as he added: "This nonsense ever since, that we've been unwelcoming and racist, I think is grotesque and sinister."
"A horrendous allegation of the most serious nature, you can’t just drop those kinds of things and not back it up," he continued.
Meghan's latest interview saw her open up about a number of personal subjects – including whether she'd consider rejoining the Royal Family.
She told Davis: "I think forgiveness is really important. It takes a lot more energy to not forgive.
"But it takes a lot of effort to forgive. I’ve really made an active effort, especially knowing that I can say anything."
The Duchess then added: "I have a lot to say until I don’t. Do you like that? Sometimes, as they say, the silent part is still part of the song."
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