Priyanka Chopra Slams Criticism Against Meghan Markle, Says It’s Based In ‘Racism’

Priyanka Chopra Slams Criticism Against Meghan Markle, Says It’s Based In ‘Racism’

Priyanka Chopra and the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle have been good friends since 2016 when they met at the Elle Women in Television dinner.

During his state visit, Mr Trump will be welcomed with full honours and is scheduled to meet with several members of the royal family.

"I've seen that and it's really unfortunate", Priyanka told the newspaper. Trump denied making the comment about Markle, who is African-American, but Trump's own re-election campaign put out a recording and transcript of the interview showing he did call her "nasty".

Upon hearing the comments, Trump said: "I didn't know that". We have no idea what they'll talk about, but if his wife's comments come up things might get awk-ward AF. "She's always been the girl wanting to move the needle", Chopra said in the interview, where she also waxed lyrical about her "feminist" husband Nick Jonas and announced that "she would love to run for prime minister of India".

Meghan avoided an embarrassing meeting with Mr Trump as she only gave birth to her and Harry's first child Archie four weeks ago. We all know that she is a close friend of the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.

Still, Trump also did have nice words for Meghan during the interview.

He had not said Meghan was nasty herself, he claimed to Piers Morgan in a sit-down set to air Wednesday morning.

Speaking to The Conservative Woman, author Angela Levin, said that her expensive lifestyle has "not gone down well" with taxpayers.

Royal biographer Angela Levin told the news portal that just this year alone, the mother of one has already spent AS$550,000 (RM2.3 million) for her baby shower and an additional AS$5.5 million (RM 23 million) for house renovations this year. Markle hasn't made a statement about why she won't be there, but she has made her dislike for the Donald very clear in the past.

"I know her so well, and she doesn't deserve all this negative press", he said, wiping away tears.

His brief working visit to Britain previous year coincided with the debut of the "Trump baby balloon", an inflatable piece of conceptual art that depicts the President as a baby wearing a nappy.

She revealed she hopes the Duchess will become "less show business and more royal" as time goes on.

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