• Camilla Tominey says 'Archetypes' 'epitomises the law of diminishing returns'
  • Meghan Markle's podcast the No. 1 podcast position on Spotify's charts in six markets worldwide
  • Prince Harry's wife will be speaking with Mariah Carey in the next episode

British journalist Camilla Tominey lambasted Meghan Markle after the former "Suits" actress launched her new Spotify podcast called "Archetypes," which the columnist described as something that "epitomises the law of diminishing returns."

Writing in her column for The Telegraph, Tominey said that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should abandon the latter's upcoming memoir and write a book on economics instead.

"In these testing times for household budgets, the couple could prove invaluable as the perfect case study for both the theory of inverse proportionality and the law of diminishing returns. What better way to teach school children these most basic of mathematical principles than by studying the post-Megxit era?" Tominey wrote.

"Inverse proportionality might be defined by the dictionary as "related so that as one becomes larger, the other becomes smaller". But I think it is probably more easily explained by juxtaposing a graph showing the growing frequency with which Harry and Meghan have criticised the Royal family with their approval rating. Look children, the more the couple have slagged off the Windsors, the less popular they have become!" she went on.

Camilla Tominey also criticised the latest podcast of Meghan Markle, in which she spoke with Serena Williams about the double standard women face when they are labelled "ambitious" and the ripple effects this has on other aspects of their life. Dr. Laura Kray, a leading expert on gender in the workplace, was also featured in the premiere episode of "Archetypes."

"Meghan's latest podcast couldn't be a better archetype, pardon the pun, of the law of diminishing returns, either. It is a theory in economics that predicts that after some optimal level of capacity is reached, adding an additional factor of production will actually result in smaller increases in output. But isn't there a simpler way to put it? The more the Sussexes speak, the less likely we are to listen. That's something even a primary pupil can understand," Tominey stated.

"I appreciate that there are multi-million reasons why they keep on coming up with this stuff. Meghan's 60-minute me-fest is currently top of the Spotify charts. But the trouble with word salad is that it does tend to give most people indigestion," the broadcaster added.

Meghan Markle has yet to respond to Camilla Tominey's remarks.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex has claimed the No. 1 podcast position on Spotify's charts in six markets worldwide, including the U.S. and U.K. Meghan Markle's "Archetypes" is now more popular than "The Joe Rogan Experience," which topped the U.S. charts as the most-listened-to podcast.

"Archetypes," which was released on Tuesday, is also No. 1 on Spotify's podcast charts for Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. The upcoming second episode will feature a conversation between Meghan Markle and Mariah Carey.

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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