Simi Garewal, who accused Meghan Markle of lying in her interview with Oprah Winfrey, said that she does not respect women who ‘break up homes’. Meghan and Prince Harry exited the royal life last year.
After publicly denouncing Meghan Markle for her interview with Oprah Winfrey, Simi Garewal said that she has no respect for ‘women who come in and break up homes’. Simi was responding to a Twitter user who asked her to factually back up her claims that Meghan lied in the interview.
In a two-hour interview with Oprah, Meghan said that she felt so miserable being a part of the British royal family that she had suicidal thoughts while pregnant with son Archie. She claimed that she was denied help by the Palace. She and her husband, Prince Harry, also revealed that a member of the family had expressed ‘concerns’ about how dark Archie’s complexion could potentially be.
Simi shared a Daily Mail article, which reminded readers of an old interview of Meghan’s childhood friend Ninaki, in which she said that Meghan was ‘always fascinated by the royal family’ and wanted to be ‘Princess Diana 2.0’.
“There are too many facts…for a starter try reading this.. And I do not respect women who come in and break up homes. Families & marriages take years to build trust,” Simi wrote, replying to a Twitter user who said that Meghan’s interview was a ‘massively risky move with no apparent benefit’. “You have offered no facts or arguments to substantiate why she shouldn’t be believed,” he added.
Meghan and Prince Harry took a step back from royal duties last year and now live in California with Archie. They are expecting their second child, a baby girl, this summer.
Earlier, Simi called Meghan an ‘evil’ person who was lying about being ill-treated by the royal family and accused her of using the race card to portray herself as a victim. “#OprahMeghanHarry I don’t believe a word Meghan says. Not a word. She is lying to make herself a victim. She is using the race card to gain sympathy. Evil,” she wrote on Twitter.
After backlash, Simi wrote in a follow-up tweet, “I withdraw the word ‘evil’. It was excessive. Calculating would have been more appropriate…” In another tweet, she seemed to have her final word on the controversy: “Ho humm… Enough of Oprah/Meghan/Harry!!!. Tomorrow is another day.. we have our own lives to navigate…”