Bethenny Frankel slams Meghan Markle ahead of her broadcast tonight 

Bethenny Frankel slammed Meghan Markle as a ‘fairly unknown actress’ in a tweet Sunday morning ahead of the Duchess of Sussex‘s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey tonight. 

Holding hands, Prince Harry and Meghan have been seen in teasers for the interview sitting opposite of Oprah while she questioned them in a lush garden setting. 

But just hours before the explosive conversation is to be aired, Frankel shared a few words about Markle 

‘Cry me a river…the plight of being a game show host, fairly unknown actress, to suffering in a palace, w tiaras & 7 figure weddings for TWO WHOLE YEARS to being a household name w @Oprah on speed dial, fetching 7 m for interviews, hundreds of millions in media deals,’ the former Real Housewives of New York star tweeted. 

Frankel was referring to Meghan’s time as a briefcase model on the TV game show Deal or No Deal and her role as Rachel Zane on the USA legal drama Suits. 

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Bethenny Frankel slammed Meghan Markle as a 'fairly unknown actress' in a tweet Sunday morning ahead of the Duchess of Sussex's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey tonight

Bethenny Frankel slammed Meghan Markle as a 'fairly unknown actress' in a tweet Sunday morning ahead of the Duchess of Sussex's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey tonight

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry pictured in March 2020 in London

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry pictured in March 2020 in London

Bethenny Frankel slammed Meghan Markle as a ‘fairly unknown actress’ in a tweet Sunday morning ahead of the Duchess of Sussex’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey tonight

In a follow-up tweet, Frankel said she gives Harry 'a break' on the ordeal

In a follow-up tweet, Frankel said she gives Harry 'a break' on the ordeal

In a follow-up tweet, Frankel said she gives Harry ‘a break’ on the ordeal

Also included in Frankel’s tweet were headlines from publications, including the DailyMail’s, that claim Meghan and staffers at Buckingham Palace clashed because they didn’t approve of her celebrity past.

Frankel tweeted other headlines that claimed some palace staff are only giving her marriage three to five years before Meghan and Harry split. 

In a follow-up tweet, Frankel said she gives Harry ‘a break’ on the ordeal. 

‘I [100%] give Harry a break. This isn’t the way to generate less press & cannot be filed under the guise of wanting privacy to prevent a repeat of previous events,’ Frankel tweeted. 

On Saturday, Frankel also tweeted: ‘Not since @MonicaLewinsky interview, have people been obsessed with a young female interview like this.’ 

Her remarks come as people from across the world wait patiently to hear from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the speak candidly with TV mogul Oprah.  

During the interview, Meghan and Harry are expected to describe the backstory and effects of their tumultuous split from royal life.

Sunday night’s airing of a two-hour special on CBS will provide the first, and unprecedented, peek into the couple’s departure from royal duties and the strains it has placed on them.

How it’s received is likely to depend on which side of the Atlantic Ocean viewers are on.

British audiences will wake up Monday to headlines and social media posts about Oprah’s special, but won’t be able to see the full interview until Monday night when it airs on ITV. 

Her remarks come as people from across the world wait patiently to hear from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the speak candidly with TV mogul Oprah

Her remarks come as people from across the world wait patiently to hear from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the speak candidly with TV mogul Oprah

Her remarks come as people from across the world wait patiently to hear from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the speak candidly with TV mogul Oprah

CBS is still set to broadcast the full two-hour chat on Sunday night while in the United Kingdom the special will air on ITV Monday

CBS is still set to broadcast the full two-hour chat on Sunday night while in the United Kingdom the special will air on ITV Monday

CBS is still set to broadcast the full two-hour chat on Sunday night while in the United Kingdom the special will air on ITV Monday

Royal interviews that aren’t tied to a specific topic are rare, and prior televised sessions have often proved problematic.

Prince Andrew’s 2019 BBC interview about his links with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein led to his own departure from royal duties after he failed to show empathy for Epstein’s victims.

Harry and Meghan’s departure from royal duties began in March 2020 over what they described as the intrusions and racist attitudes of the British media toward the duchess, who is biracial.

Clips released ahead of the airings suggest that at least Meghan will have some pointed criticisms of royal life. In one she describes the royal family as ‘the firm,’ a nickname that is sometimes used affectionately and sometimes critically.

At one point, Oprah asked Meghan how she felt about Buckingham Palace ‘hearing you speak your truth today?’

‘I don’t know how they could expect that after all of this time we would still just be silent if there was an active role that the firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us,’ she said. 

‘And if that comes with risk of losing things, I mean, there’s been a lot that’s been lost already.’

In another clip, Harry invoked the memory of his late mother, Princess Diana, who had to find her way alone after her divorce from Prince Charles.

‘I’m just really relieved and happy to be sitting here talking to you with my wife by my side, because I can’t begin to imagine what it must have been like for her going through this process by herself all those years ago,’ Harry said, adding, ‘because it’s been unbelievably tough for the two of us’.

In Britain, the interview is seen as poorly timed. It will air while Harry’s 99-year-old grandfather Prince Philip remains hospitalized in London after undergoing a heart procedure.

Meghan is shown in a clip released Friday contrasting the conversation the two women were able to have now versus in 2018 ahead of her wedding. 

Meghan described not being able to talk to Oprah, who was seeking an interview, without royal minders present.

‘As an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this construct that is um.. different than I think what people imagine it to be, it’s really liberating to be able to have the right and the privilege in some ways to be able to say yes,’ Meghan told Oprah.

It is unclear what public reaction, if any, the queen and other royal family members will have to Sunday’s interview. The UK’s Sunday Times newspaper, citing an anonymous source, reported that the queen would not watch it.

On Wednesday, the palace said it was launching a human resources investigation after a London newspaper reported that a former aide had accused Meghan of bullying staff in 2018.

A spokesman for the duchess said she was ‘saddened by the latest attack on her character, particularly as someone who has been the target of bullying herself’.

The snippets already released provide some details about the interview, which includes Oprah speaking one-on-one with Meghan and a joint session with the couple.

The couple lives in Montecito, California, where they are Oprah’s neighbors.

Meghan, who recently announced she is pregnant with the couple’s second child, wore an empire-style black dress with embroidery. Harry wore a light gray suit and white dress shirt, minus a tie.

Meghan married Harry at Windsor Castle in May 2018, and their son, Archie, was born a year later.

Harry and Meghan’s departure from royal life was supposed to be reviewed after a year. 

On February 19, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the couple would not return to royal duties and Harry would relinquish his honorary military titles – a decision that made formal, and final, the couple’s split from the royal family.

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