Nana Akua took aim at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a scathing monologue on her GB News show on Sunday afternoon. The broadcaster claimed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were disinvited to a special dinner in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death. She then hit out at the couple’s upcoming Netflix docuseries and Harry’s tell-all memoir.
Nana began: “It looks like the dastardly duo Harry and Meghan in various reports are believed to have backtracked on their Netflix documentary – yeah I bet they are.”
“I can’t see Netflix going along with that one, they have already shelled out millions and they want their pound of flesh,” she scoffed.
She branded the couple “heartless” and told GB News she’s interested to know how they “genuinely” felt about the Royal Family “when they thought they had nothing to lose”.
Nana claimed: “It was reported they were disinvited by King Charles III to the special dinner after Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral which 500 leaders around the world, including US President Joe Biden, were invited to. “The couple appears to be losing their global appeal, I suspect many of the world leaders would not have been that comfortable if they attended.”
Nana claimed it has been reported Harry is “trying to make amendments” to his tell-all memoir which is set to be published next year.
The book was due to be released at the end of 2023, but it is understood the release date has been pushed back “out of respect for the late Queen”.
Nana said she would not be purchasing the memoir before she continued to comment on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
“According to reports in The Sun there are now even suggestions that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aim to spend a year trying to reconcile relations with the Firm once Harry’s memoir has been published,” Nana claimed. “Good luck with that one.”
She continued: “It feels as though there is a change afoot as the penny appears to be dropping.
“Without the monarchy behind [Harry and Meghan], joining the rat race is not all it’s cracked up to be.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s representative has been contacted by Express.co.uk for comment.