CANDACE Owens took to Twitter to scoff at Time Magazine's top 100 cover featuring Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, quote-tweeting the image with the caption “I honestly cannot.”
“The live emasculation of Prince Harry continues,” the conservative commentator wrote. “I would never want my husband to be embarrassed like this in front of the world.”
Owens married Englishman George Farmer, prior chairman of Turning Point UK, in August of 2019 at the Trump Winery in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In her mic-drop moment, Candace ended the tweet by calling the photo and the couple “Just so pathetic.”
The cover reveal, and Candace's comments, both come on Harry's 37th birthday.
Body language expert Judi James said that most of the “power signals” in the photo come from Meghan, while Harry “seems happy to endorse her as a wingman."
“Harry stands beside and behind her with one hand placed rather self-consciously on her shoulder while she employs a slightly more tentative hand-touch at waist level,” Judi said.
Interpreting the pose, Judi explained that Harry "seems to be directing us towards his wife in terms of the real power and brains of the family here."
Candace has criticized the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Twitter several times this year.
Her comments today are in keeping with the stance she held in May, when she insisted that Harry is trapped in an “emotionally abusive relationship.”
“Meghan has groomed him to believe that she is his mother reincarnate—only this time, he has a chance to save her,” Candace wrote. “It is so disturbing to watch. Please stop putting cameras on him."
Candace also accused Meghan of lying about royal family members’ comments, prior to her son Archie’s birth, expressing preemptive judgment at the potential color of his skin.
“If you believe Meghan Markle is a victim, you're an idiot," Candace wrote.
The Twitter users who agreed with Candace’s take were quick to make fun of the couple, labeling Harry as an accessory and criticizing his apparently airbrushed bald spot.
“As usual, Meghan's at the front, the Handbag carrier knows his place," one user wrote.
Other photos in the magazine received a better reception.
“Happiness looks good on Meghan and Harry,” wrote user @Qsteph, who shared another photo from the profile that shows the couple walking hand-in-hand through a garden.
And not everyone thought the cover photo was posed awkwardly.
“Beside every compassionate and influential man, there is a compassionate and influential woman. Well done, Harry and Meghan,” said user @CarmenGranddau1.
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