- Bethenny Frankel called Meghan Markle “self-important” and “divine” on her podcast.
- The former ROHNY star also said Markle is like a Bravo housewife, not “relatable.”
- Frankel last criticized the Duchess of Sussex in 2021, saying she nearly got “cancelled” because of it.
Bethenny Frankel criticized Meghan Markle for being “holy” and “self-important” in a new episode of her podcast Just Be With Bethenny Frankel on Thursday.
In an episode titled “The Real Housewives of Buckingham Palace,” the Skinny Girl founder said the Duchess of Sussex, who recently launched her new podcast “Archetype,” was a “polarizing” character she said I have elaborated on how I believe. People may not like her.
“People don’t like Meghan Markle because she despises other people. I think she’s a divine person,” said Frankel, 51. “She’s over there, we’re here.”
Frankel, who left “The Real Housewives of New York” in 2019, also compared Markle to the Housewives of Bravo.
“She’s a lot like Housewives in that she can’t stop talking about things she wants to be irrelevant. If she was on the show, the producers would talk about security and the state of Frogmore Cottage.” I’ll say stop doing it,” she said. “It’s irrelevant. Most people don’t have security details, so it might be a real concern for you, but it just doesn’t apply to this audience.”
Eleven minutes into the podcast, Frankel doubled down on his comments, saying Markle’s “slow” way of speaking was “imitation” of Princess Diana. Mentioned the second episode of Markle’s podcast discussing the negative connotations that surround it.
“The word diva surprises me. Who are you in a relationship with?” Frankel said.
This isn’t the first time Frankel has shared her views on the Duchess of Sussex. , Frankel later apologized.
In June, The Sunday Times reported that Buckingham Palace would not release the results of its bullying investigation to protect the privacy of those involved and to reduce tensions between the Sussexes and the palace. When the allegations first surfaced in March 2021, a Markle representative denied them, calling them “a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation.”
In a new episode of her podcast, Frankel said her tweet about the bullying allegations was nearly “cancelled,” and at the time an unnamed celebrity who was supposedly linked to Markle and Prince Harry forced her to delete it. He claimed to have asked him to do so.
“When I commented on Meghan Markle before Oprah’s interview, an A-list celebrity, a very wealthy person, called me and said, ‘Could you please delete what you said?’ They can barely stand on the floor and they can’t afford to be safe,” she said.
Prince Harry and Markle waived their right to publicly funded police protection when they stepped down from royal duties in April 2020. England.
Statement of representatives of the couple Shared by Omid Scobie In June, the Sussexes said they were personally funding the family’s security team.
Representatives for Frankel and Markle did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.