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Aussie TV host loses it at Meghan Markle’s Lilibet and Archie update in Ellen sit-down



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AUSTRALIAN TV host Karl Stefanovic could not hold back his laughter as he reacted to a clip of Meghan Markle’s latest interview with Ellen DeGeneres. Mr Stefanovic struggled to hold back his laughter after a clip in which the Duchess of Sussex discussed her children was played. Meghan Markle seemed to be the first mother ever when she talked about Lilibet teething and Archie’s adjustment as an older brother, the Australian host claimed.



The Duchess of Sussex however has been praised for being more relatable than ever in the interview as she reminisced about her acting career and discussed her new life in California.


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Mr Stefanovic said: “Like she is the first mom ever…”Co-host Allie Langdon however defended the Duchess, saying: “It’s important stuff when they teeth. “Look, it was nice to see she wasn’t dumping on the royals, it was nice to get an insight into them.” But Mr Stefanovic chipped in: “Even by being there, she is dumping on the royals.”He then added: “I like her, I’m turning the corner. I am coming off a low base but it’s improving, I like her now.”



Meghan Markle’s latest interview on Ellen DeGeneres focussed on her pre-royal struggling days, her kids’ relationship, and life after settling in LA with Harry. The Duchess spoke about Harry’s love for California, she said: “He loves it.



“Well, we moved here during lockdown exactly when things shut down so we’ve just been able to spend a lot of time at home and creating our home but I think it’s just the lifestyle and you know the weather’s pretty great, and we are just happy.”


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Ellen questioned Lilibet’s teething and relationship with her brother.
Meghan said: “She is a good sleeper but the teeth are coming in so many mom’s will understand that where you go they might be the best sleeper in the world and the moment when that’s happening, you just have so much sympathy for them and yes, I have been up most of the night.



“Archie loves being a big brother, I think it just everyone tells you actually someone told Harry and I that we have one kid its a hobby and two children is parenting and suddenly we realise, oh right, everyone talks about what’s it’s like for the second child but no one talks the adjustment for the first child when the second one comes along so I think they have their moment of oh! This is fun. Ellen and Meghan continued to discuss her first children’s book “The Bench” which includes Archie as well.



“He does and the first page you open and you see our dogs, he goes like he’s “pula” that’s “guy” and my dog’s name is that because I had gotten him from a shelter years ago and he was so tiny and his name was Little guy and we just call you guy so Archie gets very excited to see the dogs and to see his chickens also in there.Body language expert, Judi James said Meghan’s “funny” approach as she chatted with Ellen was a return to her acting days.


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She said: “Speaking to Ellen she is chatty and much more mobile in terms of her body language, using toe-tilts and batons.”Some active preening and hair-smoothing, as well as an almost constant smile and laugh of upbeat good humour.



“We’re being shown the Meghan from her acting days here, sharing funny ‘insider’ stories with Ellen and using illustrative and mime gestures to do so.



“Her story about climbing into her car from the back involves a whole acting-out of the experience in a bid to make it funnier for the audience.”

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