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Will the Queen counter Meghan Markle's claims? Internet says she should go on 'Red Table Talk or IG Live'

'Hoping queen elizabeth on red table talk by Wednesday,' said comedian and bestselling author Desus Nice
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle noted that Queen Elizabeth had always been lovely to them (Getty Images)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle noted that Queen Elizabeth had always been lovely to them (Getty Images)

Just three months into 2021 and the most highly anticipated interview of the year has already sent shockwaves through several parts of the planet. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just sat down with Oprah Winfrey to chat in excruciatingly explicit details about their ordeal with the royal family ahead of Megxit, and social media is blowing up naturally. From outrage against alleged speculations about how dark the color of their son's skin would be to hoping a 'notes app' apology from the Royal family coming any moment, Twitter is not resting easy after that interview on CBS' '60 Minutes'. 

Among the many bombshell pieces of information dropped, Harry and Meghan noted that the Queen had always been lovely to them. The couple, who also revealed they are expecting a girl, however, was miffed with the rest of the royals' attitude towards the biracial former actress, and how the British media and tabloids forced Megxit.


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This was the first interview of its kind where Harry and Meghan, the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex, addressed leaving their royal duties and titles to settle in their own private life in Canada. And even though sources have told The Sun that the Queen will allegedly not be watching the interview, the timing of it has been noted to be odd by many considering Harry's grandfather, Prince Philip is currently recovering from a heart surgery.

Social media, however, has no pity for those that have left the former royals upset. Taking to Twitter, they roared with laughter and mockery, hoping a Red Table Talk appearance from the Queen herself to explain the Meghan situation. It's no secret that a lot of people have taken the platform hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, her mother, and her daughter willow to clarify allegations against themselves that have become public scandals.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle with their son Archie (Getty Images)

Recently Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade Gianulli made headlines when she took the platform to tell her side of the story following the college admission scandal her parents were embroiled in. Pinkett-Smith herself has come clean about her 'entanglement with August' Alsina in front of her husband Will Smith, using her own talk show. And looks like the Queen will be no different if you ask Twitter.

First, it was comedian and bestselling author Desus Nice who tweeted "hoping queen elizabeth on red table talk by Wednesday." Users soon drew another link between the Queen's prospects of appearing on the talk show as one pointed out a scenario that could go something like "The Queen: "Jada, I understand your husband was a prince as well"." This was of course a direct reference to Will Smith's career-launching stint in the sitcom 'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' and clearly Twitter was having too much fun with all of it.






Soon New York Times political reporter Astead Wesley also wrote: "queen gotta get on ig live." And under their tweets, other users ripped apart the royal family, coming up with hilarious ways they could victimize themselves after the tell all made it to live television. "I'm hoping for a Notes app apology," anticipated another user. A fourth one shared: "I would like to see this just to see the look on jadas moms face when the queen tries to play the victim."