Harry and Meghan have made a Netflix show so now we should be allowed to go through their bins, insist morons

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has lost her right to privacy because she willingly went on television to talk about herself, which obviously means everything in her private life is now fair game.

The Duchess, who has successfully sued newspapers for invading her privacy, has found herself a target amongst that section of the population keen to identify themselves as ‘easily manipulated by tabloid proprietors’.

One such gullible idiot, Derek Williams told us, “How dare Meghan complain about the press invading her privacy and then have the audacity to go on television with her husband to talk to the documentary maker she chose to interview them.

“Everyone knows that media scrutiny is entirely binary in nature, which means that if you conduct so much as a brief radio interview, you are giving permission to every bottom-feeding tabloid hack to go through your bins.

“There is no grey area here. You either become a hermit, never to be seen ever again, or the newspapers are allowed to go through the most private details of your entire life with a fine-toothed comb.

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“She has made her choice, and now she has to live with it.  Otherwise, she will just be a massive hypocrite, which would be one more reason to hate her.”

Meanwhile, non-morons have sighed loudly at yet more media criticism of a woman for using a television appearance to promote something.

Simon Williams told us, “I get it, people don’t like her – and you know what, not liking someone isn’t illegal, so fair enough. 

“But the tabloid press has a long history of illegal behaviour, so if you want to take a side in this fight, I’d look very closely indeed at who you are defending.

“Any time you find yourself thinking, ‘hang on, I agree with the Daily Mail on this’, is a good time to re-evaluate your life choices.”

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