Candace Owens Slams Meghan Markle & Prince Harry after ITV Documentary That Covered Their Royal Tour of Africa

Conservative commentator and political activist Candace Owens has lashed out at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, branding the former actress a "witch" after their explosive ITV documentary.

Meghan and Harry’s documentary, which aired on Sunday night, saw the couple opening up about the effects of public scrutiny and pressure from British tabloids.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle at a Creative Industries and Business Reception on Oct. 02, 2019 in South Africa | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle at a Creative Industries and Business Reception on Oct. 02, 2019 in South Africa | Photo: Getty Images

The documentary was filmed while Harry and Meghan were on tour in Africa, and Owens seemed to imply that they exploited the plight of African kids.

"For me and again for my wife, of course, there is a lot of stuff that hurts, especially when the majority of it is untrue."

"Using African children as a backdrop to complain about your over-privileged life is offensive," she tweeted before singling out Harry for allegedly comparing his mother Princess Diana’s tragic death to Meghan’s situation.

Candace Owens at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on April 26, 2019 in Indiana | Photo: Getty Images

Candace Owens at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on April 26, 2019 in Indiana | Photo: Getty Images

Owens continued:

"Invoking your own mother’s tragic death to demand the press stop calling out your hypocritical wife is downright disgusting. Meghan Markle is a witch. Harry is under her spell."

According to Daily Mail, Owens got married in August to British hedge funder and fellow conservative George Farmer.

On Sunday, viewers in the UK got to watch the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's ITV documentary "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey." In it, Meghan opened up about the pressures of negative coverage from British tabloids in the past year since she’s been married to Harry. The couple welcomed their son, Archie, in May.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle & their son Archie meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, South Africa on Sept. 25, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle & their son Archie meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, South Africa on Sept. 25, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

In a clip of the interview published by Daily Mail, Meghan said:

"When I first met my now-husband, my friends were really happy because I was so happy, but my British friends said to me ‘I’ sure he’s great, but you shouldn’t do it ‘cause the British tabloids will destroy your life. And I very naively – I’m American, we don’t have that there – I didn’t get it. It’s been complicated."

"I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair. And that is the part that is hard to reconcile," she added, per the outlet. "But (I) just take each day as it comes."

Harry also expressed concern in the documentary that Meghan’s hounding from the press mirrors the travails of his late mother, who died in a 1997 car crash while trying to avoid paparazzi.

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This evening, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the annual #WellChildAwards in London. WellChild aims to ensure every child and young person living with serious health needs has the best chance to thrive with the support and medical care needed in the comfort of their own home. The Duke of Sussex became Patron of WellChild in 2007, and last year both The Duke and Duchess attended the awards to honour the children and families that WellChild supports. The Duke, who first came to these awards over a decade ago, shared in his remarks tonight: “Last year when my wife and I attended we knew we were expecting our first child - no one else did at the time, but we did - and I remember squeezing Meghan’s hand so tightly during the awards, both of us thinking what it would be like to be parents one day, and more so, what it would be like to do everything we could to protect and help our child should they be born with immediate challenges or become unwell over time.  And now, as parents, being here and speaking to all of you pulls at my heart strings in a way I could have never understood until I had a child of my own.” • To find out more about tonight’s event and how you can support this very special organisation, please visit @WellChild Photos ©️ PA images

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"Part of this job, and part of any job, like everybody, is putting on a brave face and turning a cheek to a lot of the stuff," the Duke admitted. "But again, for me and again for my wife, of course, there is a lot of stuff that hurts, especially when the majority of it is untrue."

Harry and Meghan’s documentary is now set to be broadcast across the world, according to a recent Daily Mail report.

While ABC has obtained rights to air it in the US, BBC Studios Lifestyle channel has done the same for Africa and Poland. Network 10 for Australia, TVNZ in New Zealand, TV2 for Denmark, RTL for the Netherlands, and Medialaan for Belgium.

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