The narrative being promoted by Meghan, friends of Meghan, the leftist MSM and everyone else who hates the Royal Family and British traditions generally, is that the Royal couple were driven out of Britain because of snobbery and racism.
This just isn’t true. The British tabloid press and the British public initially adored the idea that a glamorous star from Suits was marrying into the Royal Family and got terribly excited by the novelty of their Royal Wedding in the chapel of Windsor Castle.
They only started going off Meghan when they realised she was a pushy, ungrateful, entitled, gag-inducingly PC Hollywood gold-digger who’d just gone and hitched herself up to Britain’s favourite, cheeky-chappie warrior prince and turned him into an emasculated, humourless husk of his former self.
In his Corden interview, Harry dutifully intoned the official Meghan narrative — that they didn’t leave the Royal Family, the Royal Family left them.
As he put it, using the best PR gobbledegook money can buy:
It was never walking away. It was stepping back and stepping down.
He also managed to shoehorn in some of the wheedling self-pity that you certainly never hear from the Queen (which is why she remains so well-respected).
The tabloid media was ‘destroying’ his ‘mental health’ he claimed. And he’d said to himself: ‘This is toxic.’
Nah, mate. Toxic is being born with a massive silver spoon in your mouth — and the concomitant privilege of serving your country in return — only to keep all the bits you like (the fame and the money) and chucking away all the bits you find inconvenient (your family, your responsibilities). And then having the cheek to ask everyone to feel sorry for you in your new millionaire Hollywood lifestyle.