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Lizzie Cundy Slams Meghan Markle for Desperate Product Launch Amid Princess Kate’s Cancer Battle

In a recent appearance on GBN America, socialite Lizzie Cundy expressed her disapproval over Meghan Markle’s decision to soft launch a new product from her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard, just before the Trooping the Colour event.

This royal occasion was particularly significant as it marked Princess Kate’s first public appearance since announcing her cancer diagnosis.

Cundy voiced her concerns to Nana Akua, suggesting that Meghan’s timing threatened to overshadow the event.

The whole world was watching to see Princess Kate and how incredibly stunning, fragrant, and beautiful she looked, Cundy remarked. “We hadn’t seen her for seven months. Where has she been? We’ve been so worried about her.”

She continued, “The sad thing was, Meghan, hours before Trooping the Colour, is launching dog biscuits, which is really something else.

Her friend posted about these new dog treats and it was all very Meghan-esque. They were posting four hours before King Charles’s official birthday, which seems pretty desperate.”

The new product, dog biscuits, is the second soft-launched item under Meghan’s American Riviera Orchard brand. Fans noticed the new product as Meghan’s friends shared pictures of their dogs enjoying the treats on social media.

Notably, Meghan and Prince Harry’s polo friend, Nacho Figueras, shared images of a new flavor of American Riviera Orchard jam on his Instagram story.

Meghan has not yet officially released her products into the market. Instead, potential customers are encouraged to join a waitlist by entering their email addresses.

Earlier this year, Meghan hinted at the type of products her brand will offer by sending out 50 limited edition jars of jam to friends and influencers.

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Speculation suggests that American Riviera Orchard will sell a range of edible and non-perishable items, including jams, marmalades, spreads, body lotions, bath and shower gels, tea, and coffee.

Lizzie Cundy’s comments reflect the broader tension between Meghan Markle and the rest of the royal family, particularly regarding public perception and media coverage.

As Princess Kate battles cancer and returns to the public eye, any distraction from such significant royal events is bound to draw criticism.

Meghan’s choice to launch a product close to Trooping the Colour has only fueled the ongoing debate about her actions and their impact on royal family dynamics.