Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits’ Family D.B Woodside has come to the Duchess of Success defense almost two weeks after she and her husband Prince Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on CBS.
Despite a lot of criticism against Meghan after the interview which exposes the royal family, her fellow Suits actor, Woodside, 51, has joined a countless number of people around the world praising the Duchess of Sussex.
“I’m going to say this because this is one of those things that’s really, really, made me angry. Meghan is one of the sweetest, nicest, most intelligent, thoughtful human beings that I have ever met in my life,” he told Entertainment Tonight in an interview published Friday, March 19.
“Meghan went out of her way to always see how I was doing, to just talk to me when we didn’t have any scenes together, but we might just be on set at the same time. She is an amazing human being. And it bothers me so much what’s happening to her because I know that what they’re saying is untrue.”
“It’s very upsetting. And just to be direct, it’s bulls–t. It seems to me there are people who are setting her up to be the fall person. There’s people who are setting her up to blame her for something. And listen, every single one of us as human beings, we’ve had bad days.
“Maybe we’ve sent not the best email. Who cares about that? Give me a break. Every single one of us has left a message that we might think, ‘Oh, I was crabby that day.’ Every single one of us,” Woodside said.
Meghan Markle was publicly criticized for discussing the British royal family during her tell-all interview with Oprah. She pointed out that there was a conversation about the color of their son Archie‘s skin and that rules were changed to deny her son security and a title.
Meghan also said the royal family did little to protect her and her family from bad publications from tabloids, including a particular story about her allegedly making sister-in-law Kate Middleton cry before her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry.