Caprice says Meghan and Harrys constant victim-playing makes her want to vomit

Caprice says Meghan and Harrys constant victim-playing makes her want to vomit
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    Model Caprice Bourret has lashed out at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for "playing the victim" in a number of tell-all interviews.

    After Prince Harry opened up about life in the royal family on Netflix documentary Meghan and Harry and on ITV with Tom Brady, Caprice has reacted.

    Speaking in a clip from the On a Mission Podcast with Ellie McKay, shared with The Mirror, Caprice said: "I didn't have a blessed upbringing, don't play the whole victim thing, like the whole Harry and Meghan thing – argh, I just want to vomit.

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    "Get your finger out of your backside mate, you know? And stop, be appreciative."

    She added: "Why does he keep harping on about the negatives, what about the positives too?

    "The power that he had to really make a significant difference and change in the world – practise what you preach, otherwise he (Harry) will l lose it (any public support)."

    Some of Harry's allegations included that his family were leaking negative stories about his wife Meghan to help aid their reputation.

    He also claimed that his brother Prince William physically attacked him and knocked him to the ground, and broke his necklace during the scuffle.

    Harry and his family appear to remain with no contact between them, despite Harry saying he would consider a reconciliation if "responsibility" was taken.

    Caprice has also claimed that Harry will eventually grow tired of living an A-list lifestyle in California.

    She told OK! Magazine: "He's over in LA where the only way he can make money or be relevant is ratting on his family, which is absolutely vile and disgusting.

    "I think LA is a great lifestyle, but it's very different, when I moved out there for two years as an adult in the entertainment industry, I loved it initially, and then my soul was being eaten alive because it's soulless," as well as adding that people are "self-obsessed" and Harry will "get sick of it."


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