US journalist Megyn Kelly has once again slammed Meghan Markle, after the Duchess of Sussex released a podcast about "difficult" women.
In the latest episode of her Spotify podcast Archetypes, Meghan seemingly hit back at her nickname, 'Duchess Difficult', claiming it's a "codeword for b***h". She added that she believes the word "difficult" is often used to "gaslight" strong women such as herself.
Megyn made the comments on Wednesday's episode of GB News' Dan Wootton Tonight, labelling Meghan's argument as "irrelevant".
"I wouldn’t necessarily call her the B-word, but I would definitely call her the C-word: clueless," she said. "She’s utterly clueless and I am so sick of her off-point irrelevant musings about her non-problems."
Megyn went on to further slam the Duchess, by pointing out the number of homeless people living in California, the same state Meghan lives in, adding that the homicide rate "has reached an all-time high" in the last 15 years.
"And we are supposed to give a damn if someone is calling [Meghan] the b-word or difficult?" the journalist said. "We don’t, she doesn’t get it. No one gives a damn about these non-problems. She should stop complaining and start showing some gratitude for what appears to be a very beautiful life of which she finds nothing to celebrate."
Megyn continued, saying, "We don’t care. Shut up! Stop talking about yourself and show some humility and gratitude." She also added that she believes Meghan's podcast is just a "big" platform that the former actress uses to talk "about herself".
It's not the first time the journalist has slammed Meghan, with the presenter slamming her last week when she opened up about the "crushing guilt" she feels about being a mum in the public eye.
"I love that she’s trying to do the 'I’m just like you … I make breakfast for my two kids … and I get them off to school'," she said on Sky News' Paul Murray Live. "Hello, that's called motherhood, shut up! Most of us don’t run around looking for credit for it. It’s what you do when you have children."
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