Jeremy Clarkson warns that the marriage between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may end badly despite their relationship being an “epic love story”.
The 61-year-old grand tour presenter announced in the wake of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announcement that they would leave the Royal Family and relocate to California.
Meghan and Harry then interviewed Oprah Winfrey for their explosive details, and Clarkson believes they are on course to ruin her, despite being more loved than before.
I am writing Sun At the time, Clarkson said: “Harry and Meghan’s story is an epic love story and I wish them both well, but I’m really afraid it won’t have a happy ending.”
She aimed at Meghan not adopting her royal duties while she was at ‘The Firm’.
He said: “Meghan Markle grew up imagining that princesses live in fairy-tale palaces and spend the whole day in golden unicorns, smiling wryly.
“So it must have come as a little surprise when she became a British royal and was found, that on a wet Tuesday morning, she would have to go to Carlisle on something called ‘Train’ to open the new Civic St. .Disabled ramp.
“So, she has clearly decided that if she cannot dine on peaches and peacocks and have a couple of swimming pools full of gin, she will never open new toilet blocks.
“I won’t judge him for that. People are allowed to resign from jobs they don’t like.”
He then left Meghan’s future behind, stating that the Duchess is “too young and stupid to believe that the brand of woman molested by her will one day subdue the monarchy, but it won’t”.
He said: “Trust me on this. Markle’s toast, and within five years, I doubt she will be posing for photos outside the Taj Mahal or behind the Playboy yacht in the Med, and to poor old Pierce. Will realize that he has lost his job, absolutely nothing. “
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