She added: “That’s why big celebrities have, you know, PR companies and assistants, and things like that, running their team to make sure that these blunders don’t happen.”
Ms Garibaldi then spoke of claims that Meghan had made that she had married Prince Harry before their big day on May 19, 2018.
She said: “It even goes back to her CBS interview when she said that they got married before they did. [Even] the priest came forward saying no, that wasn’t true.”
The Duchess has been seen sporting a beautiful pair of chandelier diamond earrings on two occasions; first in Fiji, then for Charles’ 70th birthday party. But royal author Valentine Low claims the provenance of the pair have come under question.
Ms Garibaldi added: “I don’t know if she’s exaggerating the truth a little bit to make it sound more flashy and splashy, but you got to really be careful.
“People are going to fact-check every single thing.”
She added that the claims “don’t look good”, adding, “people are going to stop believing what you’re saying because you keep, kind of, tripping up on yourself”.
Ms Ross agreed, stating that when Meghan makes the claims and the “fact checking starts”, do you “believe what she says.”
Meghan’s interview with The Cut faced severe backlash.
The interview directed further accusations towards the Royal Family over the treatment she and Prince Harry received.
The couple left the Royal Family in 2020.
The couple have since settled in California and welcomed a second child, a daughter named Lilibet, one year after their royal exit.
Both Meghan and Harry were in attendance at the state funeral on September 19.
Meghan and Harry also visited the UK in June for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK