Prince Harry Under Fire for Lavishing Praises on 'Exceptional' Wife Meghan Markle in New Interview

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The Duke of Sussex is once again under fire for his unwavering admiration for his wife Meghan Markle, according to Express.

During an interview with renowned psychologist Gabor Maté, Prince Harry showered his spouse with glowing praises, calling her an "exceptional human being" and even going as far as to claim that "people have said that my wife saved me."

While the prince may have intended to show his appreciation for his partner, his remarks have caused quite a stir among royal commentators, with some questioning his motives.

One such expert is Kinsey Schofield, who seems to be skeptical of Harry's declarations. According to Schofield, the prince's comments are part of a larger narrative aimed at absolving Meghan of any wrongdoing.

"I don't understand that commentary at all whatsoever except that this is just the continued narrative that Harry is trying to thrust on us. That Meghan is not the bad guy," she said. "She's Diana 2.0. A modern day Mother Theresa."

But why is there so much controversy surrounding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex? It seems that ever since the couple stepped down as working royals, they have been at the receiving end of backlash from the British media and pro-monarchy experts.

Their appearance in a Netflix documentary and the launch of Prince Harry's book "Spare" have only served to fuel the fire, with many accusing the couple of taking fresh shots at the royal family.

As the scrutiny surrounding Harry and Meghan continues to grow, it remains to be seen whether their relationship can withstand the pressure. But one thing is certain: the public's fascination with the couple shows no signs of waning.

Related: Prince Harry Credits Meghan Markle for Saving Him and Helping Him Find Authenticity

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