Meghan’s ‘nowhere to be seen’ with Harry unlike ‘supportive’ Kate

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Baroness Karren Brady has reacted to Meghan Markle’s “big comeback” after reports said she had signed up to a talent agency.

Speaking out in her latest column, The Apprentice star claimed the Duchess of Sussex had seemingly “disappeared from public life” until some days ago.

In her piece for The Sun on Sunday, she also went on to question why Meghan was noticeably absent during Prince Harry’s recent press run for his memoir.

Harry had been outspoken in various television interviews and in his book Spare about his feelings towards his family.

It comes after the 54-year-old praised the Princess of Wales for always putting Britain first after she joined Prince William at the Brecon Beacons during a visit to South Wales earlier this week.

Karren wrote: “The Duchess of Sussex was nowhere to be seen during her husband’s book promotion.

“But she was just preparing for her big comeback, as we learned this week that Meghan, has signed up with William Morris, the most powerful talent agency in Hollywood.”

The Apprentice star went on to suggest the public will most likely see more of the Duchess as she suggested there could be plans to release more content for Netflix and Archewell.

She added: “And she’s already back in the public eye – popping up at a basketball game in Los Angeles with Harry.”

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In an earlier part of her column, Karren went on to praise Kate after the Prince and Princess of Wales abseiled off a cliff in South Wales.

The on-screen star branded the royal “part-princess, part-action hero”.

She referenced Kate’s interaction with William, who joked at the time: “Come on then, are we going to abseil or stand around talking?” before his wife descended.

“They have such clear chemistry and William’s stability shows the value of having a wife who supports you, puts the country first and always has a smile on her beautiful face,” Karren commented.

“What a thoroughly modern princess.”

Meanwhile, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a heart-warming new photograph from a family day out in Sandringham to mark 12 years of marriage yesterday.

Kate and William tied the knot on April 29 2011, at Westminster Abbey, in a service that was watched by 36.7 million people across the world.

The image is an outtake from a series that was shared on Mother’s Day and Christmas 2022.

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