‘Look borderline CGI’ GB News takes aim at Harry and Meghan’s TIME shoot

GB News: Harry and Meghan's CGI appearance slammed

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have been revealed as TIME’s cover stars for the upcoming September/October issue of the magazine. The royals’ recent photoshoot caught the attention of GB News, with guest Tom Slater taking a critical look at the divisive profile.

A GB News interview between presenter Colin Brazier and Slater slammed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s latest media appearance in forensic fashion.

The royal couple were photographed by Pari Dukovic, posing together for the first time for a magazine cover shoot.

TIME’s latest edition, which will go on sale later this month, caught the attention of GB News’ on Wednesday.

GB News guest Slater said: “It does appear the Harry and Meghan phenomenon, the whole Harry and Meghan dynamic between the two of them is summed up in these photos somewhat.

“Not only incredibly Hollywood, overly-Photoshopped, they look borderline CGI in some of the inside photos in the magazine interview.”

Commenting on the cover photo, which was displayed for those watching at home, Slater continued: “But also you have that photo on screen in which Harry has been squashed by Photoshop as a means to put him on the same eye line level as Meghan Markle. He is of course, a little bit taller.

“If one was being uncharitable would perhaps reflect on the nature of their relationship.

“This, like some of the other things just sums up that Harry and Meghan are, at the end of the day, just celebrities.

“The great trick that they’ve pulled off is managing to present what is effectively their pursuit of global stardom as a humanitarian effort.

“I think these pictures and the ridiculousness in some of the discussion they have stirred up today is just testament to that.”

Harry and Meghan stepped back from their roles as senior working members of the Royal Family in 2020.

They have since been working on a number of charity projects, most notably setting up the Archewell Foundation.

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The Sussexes have also signed what are thought to be multi-million dollar deals with both Netflix and Spotify.

After being named two of TIME’s most influential people in the world this year, Harry and Meghan released a joint statement thanking the publication.

They said: “Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are not only humbled to be part of this year’s TIME 100 through the words of friend and partner José Andres, but to also write in praise of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the publication’s annual list of Most Influential People.”

Harry wore all black for the TIME cover, in contrast to his wife’s plain white shirt and trousers.

TIME’s 2021 list includes various rising talents in art, politics, sport and science.

Other entries include singer Dua Lipa, footballer Marcus Rashford and Conservative MP Rishi Sunak.

GB News begins with the Great British Breakfast on weekdays at 6am.

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