Meghan Markle Asked to Leave as She Was Not Invited to Critics Choice Awards

Sharon Osbourne expressed her empathy for Prince Harry and playfully teased Meghan Markle in her recent interview with Yours Magazine. On the red carpet, the atmosphere was full of anticipation as Hollywood luminaries gathered to honor outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry. The 71-year-old star took the opportunity to announce plans to return to the UK after years living in Los Angeles with her husband, Ozzy. She shared her belief that the Duke of Sussex, who stepped back from royal duties in 2020 and moved to California with Meghan in search of a more private life, appears vulnerable when it comes to relationships with women .

However, Osbourne doubted that moving to the United States would actually provide him with the privacy he wanted. She told the Sunday Express: “My God, the trend has changed in a year. From everyone's sweethearts and new best friends, to some industry billionaires who adored them, they must feel like a little group right now. I feel sorry for Harry; he's vulnerable. I shouldn't say weak, even very vulnerable when it comes to women. I don't know him, but that's just the impression I have ;he would be very easy to manipulate. Either way he will still be British, and to think saying that if we leave England we will have more privacy and we will go to Los Angeles, give me a break.

Osbourne clarified that she does not feel sorry for Meghan, expressing hope that Harry, who shares children Archie and Lilibet with his wife, will eventually return to the UK. She said: “I feel bad for him. I don't feel bad for Meghan at all. If I see a blow to his back and I push him towards her one more time, I'm going to throw up. It's a vulnerable little boy., again, just my opinion. You look at him and he is very sad.

Osbourne's comments coincide with accusations against Meghan Markle, with suggestions she may be putting on a facade of happiness. Body language expert Darren Stanton, who analyzed her movements, suggests Meghan wants the world to believe she is content, but her body language tells a different story, indicating she might be “fake it until that she can get there.”

The recent mockery of Meghan and Prince Harry could potentially impact the couple's public image. Public relations expert Mark Borman, employed by Meghan since 2023, sees their absence from the Golden Globes as a strategic decision to avoid humiliation on the world stage. He noted that public reactions to such incidents vary, with some finding it amusing while others may view it negatively, which could impact the power couple's image for a long time.


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