The Duchess of Sussex gets mocked on social media after “stealing” James Stunt’s ‘iconic dressing gown look’ to introduce her newly arrived son
Yet again ‘Murky Mucky’ just couldn’t help herself. Even on the day she introduced her child to the world, she just had to put her foot in the proverbial.
Aside from offending The Guardian’s Archie Bland by ‘hijacking’ his name for her kiddie – he penned a somewhat whacky diatribe in reply – the “thanking you all for the well wishes” (send her for English lessons urgently) newbie royal has made a mockery of herself by ghosting the outfit James Stunt wore for his first ever YouTube video for her, Prince Harry and plain old Mr Archie’s first media outing.
In an amusing post shared on her Instagram feed, The Steeple Times’ Claire Rubinstein, herself an ex-BBC employee (but not one as brazen as the now rather ludicrously sacked Danny Baker, a man who stupidly got a bit carried away with a picture of a little chimpanzee and then “got chucked under the bus” by nasty old Auntie on Thursday), put up an image of Stunt in his ‘iconic dressing gown look’ alongside one of the Duchess of Sussex in her pretty much identical baby introducing garb.
Rubinstein accompanied the post with the hashtags: “#bitchstolemylook #robelife #meghanmarkle #jamesstunt #roberoyalty”
Elsewhere, on social media, others shared equally amusing insight about the new ‘royal morphed into commoner at the demand of the modern day Mrs Simpson’s’ arrival. On the especially middle class ‘The Archers Anonymous’ group on Facebook, one Neil Jeffrey declared: “So nice of the Duke and Duchess to name the baby after a carpet.” Yes, indeed, Archie Carpet of Milton Keynes must be delighted. Sales will no doubt now rocket.