Not a fan. Megan Kelly didn’t hesitate to take her issue with Meghan Markle — especially when it comes to mentioning the Duchess of Sussex prince harry.
In a new episode of The Megyn Kelly Show podcast posted on Tuesday, November 2nd, Kelly, 41, asked how Meghan, 42, refers to her husband of 38, Harry.
“Okay, you bagged a gorilla. Congrats, you got a big bear.” [and] You want us all to know,” said the talk show host.
The comments came a day after Meghan got a glimpse into her home life with Harry. The Suits alum, who shares her 3-year-old son Archie and 16-month-old daughter Lili with the Duke of Sussex, explained on Tuesday, Nov. 1, an episode of her “Archetypes” podcast. “I make breakfast for all three of us. It’s very important to me. I love doing it. For me, it feels like the best way to start the morning.”
Meghan admitted she expected her morning route to “just get chaotic” as her kids got older. “But for me, both monitors were on for the kids to hear them, and I always got up with Lili, took her downstairs, and half an hour later Archie got up.” She continued.
of bench The author, who married Harry in 2018, gushed about how her outlook on life has changed since expanding their family. ‘s mother,’ she said. “And whether I thought it would happen or not, it happened. How I see the world differently [Lili] She looks at the world to see how she sees certain women as role models. ”
Meghan and Better Up’s CIO welcomed a daughter after moving to California from the UK in 2021. The two previously made headlines when they announced their plans to step away from their working role in the royal family in 2020. A year later, they confirmed the decision was made permanent and moved to the United States. Did
Harry later reflected on how the decision to move affected his mental state. Invictus Games founder said in an interview: today in April. “We have been welcomed with open arms and have a great community in Santa Barbara. [California]”
of spare The author also praised his new routine as a father. No,” he added. “When your kids and you are in the same place, it’s really hard to separate work from them, which means Archie spends more time interrupting Zoom calls than anyone else.”