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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ‘low-grade reality stars’, says Tim Dillon


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ‘low-grade reality stars’, says Tim Dillon


Popular American comedian and podcaster, Tim Dillon, has branded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as “low-grade reality stars” who are desperate to hang out with celebrities.

Dillon claimed that he knows people in Los Angeles who know the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the couple are “just like moths to the flame trying to hang out”.

The broadcaster also stated that Meghan was “begging people to hang out”.

Dillon, who has previously criticized the couple, made these comments in a recent episode of his show called “They Come and Go” on May 21.

Dillon, the New York-born comedian, writer, and actor, hosts a successful podcast in the US called The Tim Dillon Show that has now run for 348 episodes and has 540,000 YouTube subscribers.

He released a Netflix stand-up special last year called Tim Dillon: A Real Hero in which he “rants about fast food, living in Texas, Disney adults, and the reason no one should be called a hero”.


Mr Dillon also created and hosts Tim Dillon’s Real NY Tour on which he does stand-up for an audience on a double-decker bus through Manhattan.

He has long been critical of Prince Harry and Meghan and their Netflix series, and has previously spoken about them in other podcasts.

According to Dillon, the couple is just like low-grade reality stars that are trying to attach themselves to anything.

He stated that at a party he attended, Meghan was texting someone there, and “no, you can’t come.”

Dillon explained that many people at the party tried to be nice to the Duchess but had enough of her.

He added that the couple won’t stop, and they are rolling their eyes because “they’re just a bunch of goons, and no one cares.”

In January, a poll for Newsweek revealed that Harry’s popularity had fallen 45 points in US public opinion in one month, while Meghan’s had dropped by 36 points.

The poll was carried out just before the publication of Harry’s book Spare, but after the release of their Netflix documentary series last December.

Despite claims that the Sussexes will stop making Netflix shows, writing books, and giving interviews, royal experts believe that they will likely continue.

The Duke and Duchess are said to be moving on from publishing memoirs and criticizing other royals on TV, according to sources quoted by The Sun.

However, Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator, does not believe claims that the couple has “nothing left to say” and will halt their outbursts.

Mr. Fitzwilliams said there is “obviously plenty left that they could say in print” and there remains “enormous” international interest in Harry and Meghan’s activities.

The Sussexes have a great deal more to say, and the way they choose to say it in the future may be as sensational as the ways they have chosen to do so in the past.

A spokesperson alleged that the couple and Meghan’s mother were involved in a near-catastrophic car chase at the hands of a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi, after the trio attended the Ms Foundation ceremony in New York where the Duchess was honored.

It was also reported that the US government will appear in court next Tuesday to answer questions regarding Harry’s visa application after he admitted using illegal drugs.

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