Sharon Osbourne reacts to Harry and Meghan's documentary

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Meghan Markle, 42, and Prince Harry, 38, have been the centre of headlines in recent weeks due to the release of their Netflix docuseries, Harry and Meghan. However, not all have used their platform to slam the royals, with Julia Fox, 32, sharing her support for the former actress while slamming those who are against her as “racist haters”.

She is a national treasure!

Julia Fox

Julia took to Instagram to share a short archived news video of Meghan from her days at school in America.

She wrote over the video in view of her 1.4 million followers: “Just gonna put this here for u f*****g racist haters!!

“This woman was BORN to be a leader and spark change and ur all f***n jealous. She is a national treasure and if you disagree, pls die. Thx!

“PS Meghan is the *real* royal cuz to me it’s more than a title passed around by the elites. She was truly born a QUEEN.” (sic)

The clip shows Markle speaking out against commercials portraying the woman or mother of the house doing all the household chores.

At 11, she wrote a letter to Procter & Gamble about their portrayal of women in commercials.

“So, I was wondering if you’d be able to change your commercial to PEOPLE ALL OVER AMERICA ”, a pre-teen Markle says in the clip.

The royal pair have been met with more criticism in recent days as the trailer has been released for the second volume of their Netflix docuseries.

Ahead of the second half of the series, the trailer shows the couple explaining why they stepped down from royal duties.

“I wasn’t being thrown to the wolves, I was being fed to the wolves,” says Meghan.

The tone of the latest trailer suggests some more hard-hitting claims, after the first half of the documentary series had fewer bombshells or specific revelations than expected.

The trailer suggests allegations of a campaign against the couple, “gaslighting” them and leaving them feeling unsafe.

Meghan also speaks of security worries and a clip shows Prince Harry saying they were on a “freedom flight”, suggesting that this was their departure away from the pressure they felt around them in the UK.

Buckingham Palace has so far not commented on the Netflix series and has not responded to these latest clips.

Sharon Osbourne joined Piers Morgan yesterday on his TalkTV show Uncensored to express their joint dislike for the show as well as their opinion on the upcoming episodes.

Sharon began: “It was all very distasteful Piers. I was totally bored by the whining, the whining, the whining.

“And you know, the curtsey and the thing she said about medieval times, the lunch with the Queen was like medieval times which as you know is a Disney-type entertainment place for kids.

“It is just so horribly disrespectful and just a whine fest. I mean is the book going to be the same thing? Whining, whining, is there going to be no positive points?

“And that whole thing of him filming himself on the freedom flight, they must have had that deal with Netflix done months before they ever left so the whole thing was a set-up.

“Unless you had a deal, why would you have done that? Filming yourself on the plane and all of that, doing a video diary.”

Piers agreed: “And what kind of freedom is it if what you are doing is living in your California mansion, with unbelievable privilege and wealth and you’re signing all these deals with companies who want their pound of flesh.

“And that pound of flesh is exclusively trashing your family, I mean this is all they do. From the Oprah interview onwards, all they have done is trash their family.”

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