Feel sad for her Meghan Markles critics blasted by Tom Parker after Sussexes mocked

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Tom Parker, who rose to fame as a member of The Wanted, has slammed Meghan Markle’s critics after he shared his dismay of the harsh comments the former Suits actress has received on social media today. It comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the list of Time Magazine’s “100 most influential people of 2021”.

Time Magazine put Prince Harry and Meghan on the front cover as the husband and wife were praised for their activism.

An accompanying photograph shows Meghan, dressed in an all-white outfit, in front of Harry who is wearing a dark brown shirt.

Tom, 33, took to Instagram and shared an image of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex alongside comments mocking Meghan.

The Wanted star explained he felt sorry for her – being a wife and a mother – and dealing with online abuse.

Taking to his stories, Tom penned a thoughtful message, in view of his 225,000 followers.

He wrote: “Honestly, we have a problem here.

“This is not ok. She’s a wife and a mum trying to do her best in what I imagine is a very pressurised situation.”

He finished: “I feel sad for her.”

The candid post was accompanied with a number of harsh messages directed at Harry and Meghan in response to their Time Magazine cover.

Natalia wrote: “I have no interest in these two.”

Sammy Wilsh fumed: “Get in the bin… who decided this?”

Anne Kaemma swiped: “Here they go again. These two just won’t stop.”


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Time Magazine published a short piece by Jose Andres, founder of the World Central Kitchen, explaining why the Duke and Duchess made the list.

He wrote: “In a world where everyone has an opinion about people they don’t know, the duke and duchess have compassion for the people they don’t know.

“They don’t just opine. They run toward the struggle.”

Others included in Time’s 100 list include Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, singer Billie Eilish and gymnast Simone Biles.

Meghan and Harry stepped down from their senior royal duties in 2020 and have carved out a new life in Montecito, California.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex addressed their decision to quit the Royal Family in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired in March.

They discussed issues from mental health and claimed there had been “concerns and conversations” about Archie’s skin tone, ahead of his birth in 2019.

In response Buckingham Palace released a statement, on behalf of the Queen, sharing regret but added “recollections may vary” about the events described.

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