MEGHAN Markle has been told to just “be quiet” after pals said she was “ready to forgive” royals within days of Prince Philip’s death.
Royal commentator Angela Levin branded the forgiveness offer “unbelievable” and an attempt to keep dominating the limelight.
“If Meghan didn’t want to be ‘centre of attention at the funeral’, told ‘friends’ she ‘adored Prince Philip’ and that she was ready to ‘forgive the Royal Family’, she should be quiet,” Angela tweeted.
“Instead all three comments show her patronising and grandiose behaviour. I don’t believe them,” she added.
It comes as it was claimed Harry and wife Meghan are filled with “regret” over the timing of their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The pair sensationally tore strips off the Royal Family during the televised chat, accusing members of racism and failing to support Meghan when she felt suicidal, creating the biggest royal crisis since the 1936 abdication.
The interview was broadcast around the world just days after Prince Philip was first hospitalised – and a matter of weeks before he sadly died aged 99.
But while Meghan and Harry are said to regret the timing of the interview, they are understood to stand by its content and insist airing their dirty laundry in public was something they “had to do”, according to Heat.
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