Royal Family LIVE: Meghan and Harry face backlash as invisible year claim ridiculed

Meghan Markle and Harry: Host says she is 'bored' of couple

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family last year, a move that shocked the world. The couple relocated to California in a bid for a more private life.

Last week, Omid Scobie – who co-wrote the biography Finding Freedom – revealed the couple are about to enter a “new era of visibility”.

However, Meghan and Harry’s claims they had an invisible year after stepping down from the Firm last year have been ridiculed after it was exposed to be the complete opposite.

According to the MailOnline, the couple also took part in 11 interviews, Zoom chats and promos between them in August.

In September, Meghan appeared on America’s Got Talent to wish a contestant luck after she was moved by his story.

They also signed a multi-million dollar deal with Netflix to create programmes that “offer hope”.

A month later, they invited a group of teenagers to their California mansion on World Mental Health Day.

A black and white portrait of the couple by LA photographer Matt Sayles to celebrate their hosting a Time magazine event was also released in October.

In November, Harry appeared on Strictly Come Dancing after recording a video message for his friend and contestant, JJ Chalmers.

Most memorable was the couple laying a wreath at the LA National Cemetery for Remembrance Day.

The couple came under fire as many claimed they had staged the event after Harry was not allowed to lay a wreath at London’s Cenotaph.

Ahead of Christmas, Meghan and Harry announced an £18million deal to make podcasts for Spotify.

In January, they marked Martin Luther King Day with a charitable donation and a letter thanking veterans for their service.

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In February, the Sussexes announced they were expecting their second child but the biggest bombshell of the month was their plans for a “tell-all” interview with Oprah Winfrey.

A month later, the couple sent shockwaves around the world after they sat down with the US media mogul.

The couple made several astonishing claims including talks about the colour of Archie’s skin before he was born.

In April, Harry flew back to the UK for the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip.

But his visit was brief as he jetted back to the US to be with Meghan.

Later in the year, Meghan revealed she had written a children’s book called The Bench, based on Harry’s relationship with their son.

Harry also continued his attack on his family after taking part in the Apple TV series with Oprah called The Me You Can’t See.

In June, the couple welcomed their second child, a daughter named Lilibet Diana.

However, their news was met with criticism over whether they asked the Queen’s permission to use her childhood pet name.

July saw Harry signing an £18million publishing deal for a memoir writing not as a Prince but “the man I’ve become”.

Harry returned once again to the UK for the unveiling of a statue of his late mother, Princess Diana.

This month, to celebrate her 40th birthday, Meghan announced a 40×40 charity initiative.


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