GMB guest says Meghan Markle has unroyal behaviour as she ‘loves the limelight’

Good Morning Britain welcomed guest and royal commentator Emily Andrew onto their programme to discuss Meghan Markle's latest interview with Ellen DeGeneres.

On Friday's programme, Emily stated that if she was still an integral part of the Royal Family, she would not have been allowed to do such a "self-centred" interview.

Meghan and her husband Prince Harry announced their decision to step back as senior members of the British royal family in January 2020.

Since then, they have split their time between the United Kingdom and North America, and become financially independent.

Talking about Meghan's interview, Emily expressed that it was rather unroyal of her and that she loves being in the spotlight.

She said: "What the royals do, they highlight, it's not about them, they highlight the good work of other people.

"They put the limelight and the spotlight on ordinary people, and of course, Meghan, as we know, Meghan likes the limelight being on herself. And as a royal, she could never have done that chat."

This comes after Caitlyn Jenner starred on the show earlier that day and revealed that she believes Meghan was much more her authentic self during the Ellen interview.

The TV personality featured on the breakfast show earlier on Friday and chatted to hosts Ben Shephard and Charlotte Hawkins.

She conducted the interview from her swanky Malibu home and covered a series of topics including her stint on I'm A Celeb, Meghan Markle and her ever-growing family.

Caitlyn said: "I thought she was so much more real and at peace with herself in this interview, I thought this was great for her.

"You go from obscurity to cameras on you every day, everywhere you go, you are scrutinised.

"Certainly, the media can be very tough on people and if you are not used to that it is tough to deal with, but in that interview, she was kind of herself, so good for her."

The star has 10 children – including four step-children – and has her nineteenth and twentieth grandchildren on the way.

She revealed that she aims to have 30 grandchildren in total and has told her offspring that.

Caitlyn added: "I told all the kids I'm going for 30 grandchildren, it's a nice round number. The girls weren't too excited about that, but I figure if you have 10 children you average three apiece some may have four, some may have two, but we are on schedule. We're up to 20."

Good Morning Britain airs 6am on ITV each weekday

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