Loose Women cast member Saira Khan has savaged Meghan Markle, accusing her of giving up on the monarchy without even trying.
The ITV regular admits she won't miss the actress, saying she doesn't think the current drama surrounding Meghan and her family is classy in the slightest.
Speaking frankly at the European premiere of Cirque du Soleil' LUZIA, Saira told Daily Star Online said: "If you have the ability to mend and bring people together then you should.
"Being in the public eye, everyone has a dysfunctional family and you just don't want it all played out.
"I don't think it is classy and I don't think it is nice for everyone around you.
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If the Sussex's are going out to make a brand for themselves then as a businesswoman I would say 'go out and do it if that is why you want to do.
"But where you are living behind never do it with animosity.
"Do it with grace an dignity and keep people supporting you.'"
Inviting she things Meghan has failed to connect with the nation, Saira continued: "I feel like they have really misjudged the British public.
"I don't think we will miss her. I really don't.
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"We the British people, we welcome people but also we want people to welcome us.
"That doesn't happen over night. You have to work out who we are as British people.
"You have to give it a bit of time. I feel like she hasn't been with us long and already she is like 'see you later'".
Siding with Piers Morgan who has used his role of Good Morning Britain to slam claims all anti-Meghan comments are due to her skin colour, Saira added: "Not everybody who has criticised them is a racist.
"People are too scared to say anything now.
The longer this this goes on it is more and more damaging to their brand.
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A brand has to be trustworthy, it has to connect with people it has to show it is inspirational, but all I am seeing is a lot of anxiety, a lot of trauma and a lot of drama."
Encouraging Meghan to change her outlook on the world and give things time to work, Saira said: "This is a young beautiful, educated articulate lady who has come to our Royal family and the world is her oyster.
"She has the platform to go anywhere in the world but you have to have the right mindset and attitude.
"You take the good with the bad don't you. Don't be giving up at the first hurdle.
"You have to take people along with you not against you."
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