‘Time’ magazine’s decision to make ‘Cringe’ and ‘Ginge’ (AKA the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) their poster children is quite beyond cringeworthy
Supposedly, ‘MeGain’ and her drip of a husband Prince Harry moved to America to ‘find freedom’ and seek privacy. ‘Ginge’ and ‘Cringe’ then did deals with Netflix and Spotify and foisted themselves upon the world with a car crash interview full of lies with the simpering sop Oprah Winfrey. These clearly were the antics of a couple wanting to quit the limelight. Not.
Now, with Time magazine having ludicrously featured the wannabe left alone yet still determined to be the centre of attention pair as the poster children of their list of “the world’s most influential people” in 2021, this ghastly duo have rightly been yet again slammed by ordinary folk everywhere as utterly annoying hypocrites. Instead, couldn’t Time perhaps have chosen someone who actually achieved something remarkable like the teenage tennis sensation Emma Raducanu maybe?
In an arse-licking “short profile,” written by the founder of World Central Kitchen José Andrés for the magazine, the condescendingly cretinous couple are nonsensically described as “turning compassion into boots on the ground through their Archewell Foundation.”
Andrés predictably continues: “They give a voice to the voiceless through media production,” but neglects to discuss their profiteering for personal gain and the facts that they do so from an £11 million mansion and with the help of the likes of equally non-private Sir Elton John’s titleless hubby David Furnish and President Biden’s wife, Jill.
As one has to expect, the Spanish chef avoids discussing ‘Meddling MeGain’s’ war with both her very own family and the media. He fails also to mention the damage done by her husband to “the firm” through his moaning and miaowing, but laughably concludes:
“In a world where everyone has an opinion about people they don’t know, the duke and duchess have compassion for people they don’t know. They don’t just opine. They run toward the struggle.”
Condemned in a brilliantly witty opinion piece by Maureen Callahan in the New York Post yesterday quite deservedly as “insufferable… phonies… ponderous and platitudinous,” the latest outing for these renegade royals, very much like non-sweating Prince Andrew, are called out as having shown them to be serving nobody but themselves. In fact, the pair’s determination to call out their “struggle” and “suffering” from their private jet about lifestyle is nothing but laughable.
In response, as always, the couple’s pointless and pathetic PR peddler, Omid Scobie, took to Twitter to leap to their defence. Ignoring many comments from his followers that pointed out that Time made Adolf Hitler their ‘Man of the Year’ in January 1939, Scobie celebrated the couple’s appearance on the cover. He went as far to laud the former Meghan Markle’s “confidence” and her husband as a “man secure enough in himself to not be intimidated by it” and yet again illustrated his inability to show any kind of journalistic impartiality.
The public, predictably, have heard quite enough. It is now time for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to actually do something else: Time out and disappear.