TikTok comedian mercilessly mocks Meghan’s Archewell podcast – and swaps This Little Light Of Mine with Cardi B’s WAP

A COMEDIAN has mercilessly mocked Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Archewell podcast after it was described as “dull and preachy” by listeners.

TikTok star Meggie Foster, has made a name for herself thanks to her hilarious lip sync impressions of stars such as Priti Pattel and Gemma Collins.

And now the Sussex’s have received the same treatment as Meggie rips into the couple’s holiday special of their Archewell podcast.

At the end of the episode, Harry and Meghan introduce their one-year-old Archie to listeners before playing This Little Light of Mine, that was played at their wedding.

However, Meggie replaces the gospel hymn with a less than holy choice of Cardi B’s infamous WAP.

She is then seen performing the infamous dance that accompanies the song while dressed as Meghan.

The clip has since gone viral, having since received over 135,000 views and thousands of comments from fans applauding the comedian.

The 26-year-old takes a well-known conversation between a couple of politicians or celebrities and lip-syncs with their words, pulling funny faces and expressions as she does so.

The most watched example is the exchange between ITV News’s Tom Bradby and Meghan Markle, where she talks of needing to thrive, not just survive.

Except in Meggie’s take — already watched 850,000 times — her Bradby starts playing a violin as Meghan dabs at her eyes with a £50 note.

Her latest video comes as fans complained that the couple’s new Archewell podcast is “dull and preachy.”

The holiday special episode featured a whole host of famous voices – including 19-month-old baby Archie's as he giggled on air and wished fans a "happy New Year".

Meghan, 39, and Harry, 36, signed a lucrative deal with Spotify to host and produce podcasts for Archewell Audio.

The money-spinner is rumoured to be worth a cool £30 million.

In other royal news, Meghan and Harry share the secret meaning behind their wedding song in their podcast.

It is not the first time the couple have embraced audio – with Prince Harry editing a Radio 4 episode in 2017.

Meghan also snagged her first post-Royal gig this year, providing the voiceover for a Disney Plus documentary about elephants.

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