Candace Owens has suggested for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to pack up and move to Canada.
The conservative commentator said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s stock has “degraded,” adding that the US and the UK have simply had enough.
“I’m a big believer that this issue can only be solved if they agree to move to Canada,” she told GB News. “I don’t think that either America or the UK should have to put up with this any longer.”
“There’s no question that their stock has degraded very quickly over time,” she continued.
“You know, the press was very favorable to them when they first made the move, and I think that can largely be contributed to what was going on politically at that moment.”
The Sussexes are no strangers to Canada, as it was their first pit stop after quitting royal life in 2020.
The pair, who wed in 2018, briefly set up camp in Vancouver after leaving Harry’s home soil, before ultimately relocating to Montecito, Calif., where they’ve remained since.
Owens said that Americans are no longer interested in stories relating to the Sussexes, saying they’re “tired” of it.
“We get it, you’re a victim,” Owens said. “There is no question that the appetite for Harry and Meghan has completely collapsed over time.”
“I can tell that just in my show, and I can tell it just in my reaction to it. When I see a piece of news about them, I’m not inclined to click it anymore,” she continued.
“When something happens and there’s a story and people say, do you want to cover it? My producer pitched it to me a couple of weeks ago, I said fine. The numbers were horrible, people didn’t want to watch it.”
Owens’ comments echoed that of Markle’s former pal Lizzie Cundy, who urged King Charles to step in and put an end to the endless attention around the Sussexes.
The TV presenter, who struck up a friendship with the Duchess of Sussex in 2013, thinks the Sussexes need to end their “moaning and whinging” and says they’ve built a career “out of complaining.”