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Sussexes’ tone deafness is bad enough. Now Meghan’s upped the cringe factor

OPINION | Her latest virtue signalling painfully reveals how she and Harry epitomise the true Covid Divide

Celia Walden

Altruistic: showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the wellbeing of others; unselfish.

Perhaps the Duchess of Sussex should have looked up the adjective before inviting a group of California teens, who had set up their “relaxed but altruistic” podcast, Teenager Therapy, into her Santa Barbara home for a bout of virtue signalling on Mental Health Day.

Because there sat these three kids, eager to discuss the teen anxieties and experiences that have been heightened to a crippling level during the pandemic - and they couldn’t get a word in edgeways. You see, the duchess wanted to “speak personally”, and turn Teenager Therapy, once again, into All About Meghan...

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