Queen branded ‘mean b*tch’ by TV host Wendy Williams in rant over Archie title
The Queen was branded a "mean b****" for offering a royal title to Archie that would get him bullied, a TV host has claimed.
Meghan Markle said in the bombshell Oprah interview that she would have wanted her son to have a title, because that would have afforded him a security team.
But Meghan and Prince Harry reportedly turned down the title Earl of Dumbarton for their son because they allegedly feared it would attract cruel nicknames.
American TV host Wendy Williams slammed Her Majesty for supposedly giving the Scottish nobility.
She told her co-host Norman Baker: "I love that Meghan and Harry insisted that he would not be called the Duke of …"
Norman quickly chimed in and mispronounced the title: "The Duke of 'Dumbleton' they wanted to call him, 'Dumbarton'."
Wendy continued: "Look, look, Harry and Meghan rejected the title Early of Dumbarton for Archie and I suspect, because the Queen is a mean b**** behind the scenes, okay?
"But Harry and Meghan didn't want him to be bullied in school and you know he would be, because no matter what kind of fancy school you go to, nothing is higher than being a royal.
"'Dummy', 'dumb dumb', 'dumberson'…"
Norman agreed and said "the nicknames write themselves".
Meghan previously shared her worries to Oprah that Archie might not be able to get security protection.
She explained: "They were saying they didn't want him to be a prince or princess, which would be different from protocol, and that he wasn't going to receive security.
"Okay, well, he needs to be safe so we're not saying don't make him a Prince or Princess, but if you're saying the title is what's going to affect that protection, we haven't created this monster machine around us in terms of clickbait and tabloid fodder you've allowed that to happen which means our son needs to be safe."
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