What Did Meghan Markle Do on Her New York Visit?


"I would have thought it was a sick joke", Williams said after her victory over Svitolina when asked if she could have imagined enjoying a career of such remarkable success and longevity.

The former The Sun columnist took aim again at Meghan's dress sense at the end of the upbeat interview, calling her a "dreary vegan that made herself look uglier than it's even possible" while pregnant, a comment met with laughter from the hosts.

We're hoping baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, whom Markle and Prince Harry welcomed in May of this year, will make an appearance at the games with his parents.

Instead, the talk-show host told her audience during the Season 17 debut of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that her travels included a visit to London.

She was also guest editor of British Vogue's September issue, however the majority of the work towards this was done before Archie was born.

DeGeneres also divulged what she and de Rossi discussed with the environmentalist Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The home is strolling distance from Frogmore Cottage. GOR  Getty
The home is strolling distance from Frogmore Cottage. GOR Getty

Prince Harry, a veteran himself - he once called being in the army the "best escape" he ever had from royal life - got the idea for the Invictus Games after he attended the 2013 U.S. Warrior Games - a similar sports competition set up by the U.S. Department of Defense - according to the Invictus Games Foundation's website. He looks like Harry.

Ellen also revealed that the royals are "the cutest couple" and "so down to earth".

DeGeneres said she had an unbelievable time with Prince Harry and Meghan, but nothing beat hanging out with Archie.

The comic said: "I mean I can't tell you how sweet they are".

Continuing onto the topic everyone wanted to hear about Ellen said: "The most important thing is that I got to hold little Archie, the baby".

"They are executing all this work in Botswana for elephants, and I adore that, and they like what I'm executing for the gorillas in Rwanda so we're gonna all do anything alongside one another", Ellen describes. They're just two of the most down-to-earth and compassionate people. "We want them to be brilliant, we want them to be royal and slightly aloof, we want them to be deferential to the queen, we're proud of the Union Flag and the fact that the royals are ambassadors at a global level, and I guess we're just a bit disappointed that what we've ended up with, now pretending to be a royal, is a kind of half-arsed, half-fake actress divorcee who doesn't really want to play the royal game".