‘Stop Meghan, the Oscar-worthy performance isn’t working’ says Ryan-Mark Parsons

‘Stop Meghan, the Oscar-worthy performance isn’t working’ says Ryan-Mark Parsons

03/08/2021

Two words: national embarrassment.

Guess what? Meghan’s pool of pity has the whole of Twitter drowning in her misery and you don’t realise she’s playing you.

You’re lapping up the unsubstantiated sob stories; the calls for help; the melodrama that made this interview the most soporific and excruciating two hours I’ve endured in a long time.

“I wasn’t planning to say anything shocking!” had to be the most hilariously ironic line out of this entire soap opera.
There was nothing more crafted than this interview. Everything was cleared, Meghan knew exactly what she was saying to the world, and don’t believe for a second that this was an innocent exhortation for your compassion.

All the while, nodding dog ‘Haz’ is being strung along like the pathetic man he’s become at the hands of Meg’s manipulation — a masterplan that begun when the pair met in 2016.

Oh no, but Meghan didn’t even Google Harry or knew what she was in for… That’s definitely not her posing outside the gates of the Palace… Awkward.

It was a pedestal of glory, conducted by one of the famous celebrity interviewers in the world.

The couple and their army of publicists, advisers, and secretaries plotted every move on this chess board to knock out the Queen and you’re being played as the pawns.

When will you wake up and understand your support is feeding her narcissism?

The interview was a shameless, callous, and brutal character assassination on the Royal Family.

Make no mistake, it was a premeditated attack to fatally destroy the reputation of the Queen.
The indictment is on conspiring to take down a beloved institution Her Majesty has done everything to uphold during 69 years on the throne.

I find them both guilty.

We can’t allow this woman who’s been around for a few years to demolish everything that doesn’t fit her agenda. What have we become to accept this?

The couple dropped more bombshells than the Germans in 1940, I’m now conflicted as to who’s more of an enemy.

It was a cataclysmic cascade of serious allegations against senior members of the Royal Family, including claims of racism, where Meghan told Oprah “[Archie] won’t be given security”, “not going to be given a title”, and “concerns and conversations” were raised over “how dark his skin might be when he’s born”.

Conveniently, the couple chose not to reveal who instigated those disturbing conversations; we can now rule out the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh after Oprah revealed the chat was with other members of the family.

Yet, their accusations have left the world wondering and painting the entire family as ‘racist’, despite no detail or context given in relation to the discussion Harry had about Archie’s skin colour.

How irresponsible to leave the world speculating and hanging a dark cloud of suspicion over your family… what’s happened to your loyalty, Harry?

Another explosive admission was Meghan’s suicidal thoughts, revealing “I just didn’t want to be alive any more” and boldly stated a senior royal refused to help, declaring it “wouldn’t be good for the institution”.

Is she now saying the family wanted her dead? No one would help? Very odd when Harry admitted he didn’t tell anyone — it doesn’t add up to me.

Then came further X Factor-style tales of hardship about Harry feeling “trapped”, along with his father and brother.

Well, that’s good to know we’re paying for the suffering of the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge as they’re “trapped” in their palaces. A load of rubbish, and it’s Harry deflecting onto his family whom can actually cope with the pressures and responsibilities, and equally, enormous privileges of being a royal.

Ever heard of “Never complain, never explain”, Haz?

Whilst Prince Philip, Harry’s grandfather, lays in a hospital bed and millions are dying of coronavirus, these multi-millionaire twerps have the audacity to complain about their lack of security and being “cut off” financially from the royal purse in the first quarter of 2020.

Get off your a**es and stop whining; the world doesn’t owe you anything; cut this perpetual victimhood act; when will your desperation for sympathy end?

Boo hoo. You leave the ‘firm’, you lose access to the privileges. It’s black and white.

You expected the taxpayer to continue funding your UK security when you flittered off to Canada and the US to pursue your so-called ‘private lives’ away for the eyes of the media… That turned out well, didn’t it… just ask James Corden.

Harry and Meghan are delusional to the extent of believing they can get the best of both worlds, and the interview proved that.

Harry was ‘shocked’ after royal patronages and military titles were rescinded, again does he expect to hold onto his UK life when they’re living it large in sunny California and in a mansion with 16 bathrooms doing celebrity shows.

Please!

This lunacy is concerning, damaging, a threat to the existence of the Monarchy, and not enough people have realised it yet. Instead, you’re latching onto woeful tales of suffering and ignoring the calculated moves made by this couple to become the next Kim and Kanye.

What happened to Meghan’s estranged family? No mention throughout the entire interview.

Nothing that could possibly denigrate the ‘Sussex’ brand, something of which should be stripped
immediately by the Queen, by the way.
But no, the couple drained as much money from their royal titles as possible, leading to $millions from tech giants like Spotify and Netflix, simultaneously pursuing their lives in the shadows. This is making perfect sense, right?

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The world embraced the couple, £32million of taxpayer money was spent on their wedding as thousands flocked to Windsor to show their support. Globally, millions tuned into the wedding that turned out to be more of a facade after the couple disclosed they secretly married three days before.

Ha, we’ve all been played again.

Don’t you dare say we didn’t try, we gave her every opportunity to modernise the crown, and she unfortunately failed and chased her celebrity dreams instead — dragging Harry with her.
It’s obvious.

We haven’t seen anything this seismic since Princess Diana’s tell-all with Martin Bashir for Panorama in 1995.

This Oprah nonsense trumps all of it, including the recent Prince Andrew scandal in 2019 dissected by Emily Maitlis. Who knows how the Palace will react — I can only imagine the press secretaries banging their heads against the walls of Buckingham Palace and screaming at the corgis.

I’m worried about the future of the Monarchy, even after I posted a picture in support of the Queen on Instagram, I was met with public and private abuse for showing an ounce of support for our monarch. What is this country coming to, seriously?

It’s hilarious that some twits on Twitter shamelessly defend Meghan over the Queen, the latter having served this country for nearly seven decades and with a seriously ill husband.

But no, you support the control-freak who left her family and essentially forced Harry to do the same.

You trust in the Duke and Duchess of Victimhood, that’s your prerogative. However, those with more than one brain cell will register what’s really going on here.

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