Meghan Markles birthday video was two fingers up at Royal Family, claims Lady Colin

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Meghan Markle spoke openly about plans to celebrate her birthday alongside fellow celebrity Melissa McCarthy, who spoke to the Duchess over a video call in an upload released last week. Now, it is claimed that the former actress used the video to throw shade at the Royal Family.

They’re really doing two fingers to the Royal Family and denigrating them.

Lady Colin Campbell

The Duchess of Sussex, 40, appeared to be sat at a desk in the office of her sprawling Montecito mansion, where she resides with husband Prince Harry, 36.

However, her appearance has been compared to that of Queen Elizabeth, who often sits in the Regency Room or White Drawing of Buckingham Palace, but has most recently filmed from Windsor Castle in the Green Drawing Room, where she has been living.

Meghan’s video, which was released on her 40th birthday, saw the former Suits actress speak to actress Melissa via video call.

Now, Lady Colin Campbell, 77, has shared her thoughts on the matter, claiming that the video was meticulously planned.

The aristocrat, whose real name is Georgia Arianna, said: “If not a deliberate act of malice, I think it’s [the video] a send-up and a send-up serves a dual purpose.

“Because to those who don’t get the message, that they’re really doing two fingers to the Royal Family and denigrating them.”

The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmate continued: “They will think, ‘Oh aren’t these people being regal’ when of course, they’re being anything else!”

Lady C has made no secret of the fact she is not a fan of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who controversially stepped down from royal duties in January 2020.

The Jamaican-born royal biographer went on to say: “Stop and consider it, the Queen often gives addresses sitting behind a desk at Buckingham Palace, of course, the desk isn’t usually cocked up in front of the fireplace so if the fireplace were on, her back would get burnt.”

During Meghan’s video, the mother-of-two was sat in front of a grand fireplace while her laptop was propped up on a large stand.

“The Queen has decent furniture well worth showing and presumably in that rather paired down, paired back, monochrome on monochrome cocked finger brigade chic sort of arriviste decor, I wouldn’t have thought they had much furniture worth seeing,” she fumed.

Lady C added: “In fact, I can bet my bottom dollar they [Meghan and Harry] have no furniture worth seeing.”

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The mother-of-two, who resides at Castle Goring, has previously said Prince Harry is being “humiliated” by his wife, acting as though he is a “court jester” since leaving Britain.

During Meghan’s video, Harry was seen juggling through a window while the Duchess laughed.

Lady C vented: “Can you imagine how debased it is for a Prince of the United Kingdom to be juggling his balls, like a tacky court jester.

“The whole thing is a study in humiliating Harry and he’s too dumb to see it,” she claimed.

In another shock move, Prince Harry is preparing to release his tell-all memoir, documenting his life as both working royal and a financially independent man.

He claims that his memoir will be “accurate and wholly truthful” as part of his deal with publishing firm Penguin Random House, which is worth an estimated £29 million.

In a statement, Harry explained: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become.

“I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”

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