Meghan Markle has been branded a “low-grade reality star” as she continues to get spotted in California’s largest city.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, who was born in the City of Angels, was reportedly out without her 38-year-old husband Prince Harry.
Petronella Wyatt, 55, a society journalist who regularly appears on GB News, said: “Friends of mine who live near them are always bumping into Meghan at parties these days. She tends to leave Harry at home.”
Hollywood broadcaster Tim Dillon also labeled the Sussexes as “low grade-reality stars”.
Taking aim at Meghan, Dillon claimed she is “trying to get places” by getting closer to big celebrities.
He claimed: “All they want to do is hang out with celebrities. I was at a party the other night talking to somebody about these people and it’s just constant with them.
“She was texting the person I was with there. The point is they just won’t stop these two.” They’re like low-grade reality stars trying to attach to anything.
I’m literally at the party and they are showing me texts of this woman begging people to like ‘hang out’, she is trying to get places.”
But the New York-born comedian warned the Sussexes’ ploy is not working.
He joked: “I respect the hustle I get what they are trying to do. A lot of people at this party were like we text her back, she’s a duchess, but we’ve had enough.”
The Sussexes’ Montecito mansion neighbours several other major celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.