• British author Douglas Murray believed that Meghan Markle could still come out from the recent bullying allegations
  • Murray speculated that the Duchess of Sussex would use racism, homophobia and misogyny to attack her critics
  • Sky News host Rita Panahi agreed and said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are the world's most privileged victims

Rita Panahi wondered about the hashtags alleging Meghan Markle bullies children on Twitter and discussed it with author Douglas Murray.

On Wednesday's episode of "The Rita Panahi Show," the Australian columnist, Sky News host and Sunrise contributor told Murray she was surprised to see the hashtags involving the Duchess of Sussex. She said "it seems to be all due to this new book 'Revenge' [claiming] Meghan did indeed make Kate cry due to her criticisms of little Princess Charlotte's dress" for her and Prince Harry's royal wedding in 2018.

Twitter users have been bashing Markle over her alleged treatment of Princess Charlotte, who was only 3 years old at the time. But according to Murray, a British author and political commentator, who has written several books, including "Bosie: Biography of Lord Alfred," Markle could still find a way to come out of the issue.

"It's not a great look, once again for Meghan Markle," he told Panahi. "But I'm sure she'll find a way to come out of it smelling of roses and accusing everybody else of racism, homophobia, misogyny, and some other vices that she'll think of between now and then."

The host agreed with him. According to Panahi, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex know how to play the victim and even called them the "world's most privileged victims."

"Absolutely," Panahi reacted. "If we learned anything from those two, Meghan and Harry, is that they can play the victim better than anybody in the world."

In their conversation, Panahi asked Murray about his thoughts about Markle allegedly bullying Princess Charlotte. She noted that "we're talking here about a 3- or 4-year-old child at the time, surely she can't be that awful. Can she?"

"Well, I think Tom Bower's book says, apparently she is," Murray replied.

The "War on the West" author seemed convinced with Bower's claims, noting that "he is a fearsome investigative journalist, he has an extraordinary track record" and has done similar books of borderline villains. Murray acknowledged that the book about the Duke of Duchess of Sussex has caused a lot of noise because Bower has "done his work."

The "Rebel Prince" author mentioned that he interviewed a lot of people, and some of Markle's friends didn't want to speak to him. However, Bower still has spoken to "an awful lot of people and he's got the truth and what we're really hearing is the other side of some of the stories we've only heard one side of this row between Kate Middleton and Meghan," Murray added.

Markle denied making the Duchess of Sussex cry in her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Prince Harry's wife said, "The reverse happened." The former "Suits" star told Winfrey that Middleton was upset over the flower girl dresses, and "it made me cry, and it really hurt my feelings."

"Everyone in the institution knew it wasn't true," the Duchess of Sussex added.

Royal commentator Neil Sean said that Prince William was happy that Bower's book mentioned the row between the two duchesses and that it rectified Markle's claim. According to Sean, a "very good source" told him the Duke of Cambridge was "grateful," and he believed that the future king was relieved that "the true version of events has come out."

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 03: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive for a service of thanksgiving for the reign of Queen Elizabeth II at St Paul's Cathedral in London, Friday, June 3, 2022 on the second of four days of celebrations to mark the Platinum Jubilee. The events over a long holiday weekend in the U.K. are meant to celebrate the monarch's 70 years of service. Matt Dunham - WPA Pool/Getty Images