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Ranvir Singh brands Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘mean-spirited’ as Gayle King leaks conversation

Ranvir Singh believes it was ‘mean-spirited’ of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to leak a conversation they had with the Royal family to Gayle King. 

CBS This Morning anchor Gayle revealed yesterday that she had spoken to the couple about their fallout with the rest of the family following their interview with Oprah Winfrey. 

According to the TV presenter, Meghan and Harry feel their conversation with Prince William and Prince Charles was ‘unproductive’ but were glad a conversation has been started. 

Reacting to the revelation, Ranvir said on Good Morning Britain: ‘I wonder what’s to be gained, you know when you think, “What is the game-plan?” What is the gain from telling a very prominent TV presenter who you know is going to go on TV and talk about it? 

‘What is the gain for Meghan and Harry for allowing that information out. What is it? It seems a little bit mean-spirited. You’ve had your moment, you’ve had your two hours on telly where you’ve said everything you wanted to say. 

‘You just think what is the point of it at this point, releasing little tidbits. Are we expecting to hear every conversation that happens?’ 

Ben Shephard, who earlier branded the situation ‘uncomfortable’, suggested: ‘Unless it’s to keep it out there to keep the conversation viable so they keep happening.’ 

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are hoping to reconcile with the Royal family (Picture: AP)
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Gayle King seemingly had permission to reveal details of her conversation with Meghan and Harry (Picture: CBS)

Dr Hilary Jones chimed in: ‘I think you’re right Ranvir, reconciliation is needed and they need an independent third party who can be a go-between between them.’ 

Offering her take, Susanna Reid said: ‘The fact of the matter is it’s going to be harder now because any conversation they have, the royal family are going to wonder if it’s going to be leaked.’ 

Ranvir added: ‘It’s almost as if they didn’t get what they wanted and expected an immediate release of guilt and shame.’ 

‘You’re absolutely right Ranvir, they wanted that conversation to be different and they didn’t get what they wanted,’ Susanna agreed. 

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV. 



Credit: Original article published here.

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