‘I Can’t Even Look At Them’: Australian TV Host Rips Harry, Meghan, For Visiting Netherlands While Ignoring Royal Family | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Hank Berrien.

    A host on Australia's "Today" show slammed Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, who have declined to stop in London and visit Harry's royal family although they are visiting the nearby Netherlands for the Invictus Games, snapping, "I can't even look at them."

    "On Monday, a spokesperson for the Sussexes confirmed that Meghan will join Harry in the Netherlands for the first several days of the Invictus Games, the international sports competition founded by Prince Harry for wounded service members and veterans," People Magazine reported.

    The trip to the Netherlands is the first trip the couple has made to Europe since they left Great Britain.

    The Daily Mirror's Royal Editor Russell Myers commented, "Royals from all over Europe at Westminster Abbey for Prince Philip's memorial and still Harry and Megan couldn't be bothered to turn up. It's frankly ridiculous."

    Co-host Allison Langdon added, "It's getting harder and harder to defend them, too."

    Karl Stefanovic blazed, "I can't even look at them."

    Langdon pointed out, "And you used to love Harry."

    "Yeah. I even was partial to Megs back in the day," Stefanovic admitted.

    "That's going back a while," Langdon quipped.

    "It's four or five - maybe the first season of 'Suits?' And it was all downhill from there," Stefanovic said.

    Earlier this month, The Daily Wire reported that Meghan Markle wants to trademark a common English word because her first podcasts for Spotify will use that word, "Archetypes," as their title.

    Last month, Markle filed an application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The Daily Mail reported what the application covered:

    The dizzying list of goods and services involved are "in the fields of cultural treatment of women and stereotypes facing women." They include everything from podcasts, television programmes, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services distributed through satellite and cable TV, global computer networks, the internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and streaming media.

    If Markle's application is approved, she would own the trademark rather than Spotify. "Markle could face legal challenges from companies that use the word in their names - such as skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which already established a trademark," NZ Herald reported.

    "Harry and Meghan shocked the world in January 2020 when they made the public announcement that they'd be leaving their positions as senior working royals in the British royal family," The Daily Wire noted in January. "The move came after months of drama, including Harry accusing the press of hounding his wife and treating her unfairly. After they quit, the couple moved to Canada briefly before settling in Meghan's home state of California more permanently along with their young son, Archie. They've added a daughter, Lilibet Diana, to the family in the meantime."

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