In a piece for The Sun, the 61-year-old shared his concerns over the Royal couple’s ‘epic love story’.
He penned: “The tale of Harry and Meghan is an epic love story and I wish them both well, but I genuinely fear that it will not have a happy ending.”
The Grand Tour host then criticised the 39-year-old for not embracing being a Senior Royal.
He said: “Meghan Markle will have grown up imagining that princesses live in fairytale castles and spend all day riding golden unicorns, smiling kindly at muddy plebs.
“So it will have come as a bit of a surprise when she became a British royal and found, that on a wet Tuesday morning, she’d have to go to Carlisle on something called ‘a train’, to open the civic centre’s new disabled ramp.
“So, she’s obviously decided that if she can’t dine on peach and peacock and have a couple of mermaids in the gin-filled swimming pool, she won’t be opening any new toilet blocks ever again.
“I won’t judge her for that. People are allowed to resign from jobs they don’t like.”
Clarkson has also had his say on Brexit recently.
The outspoken presenter fumed that he’d ‘rather have Covid than leave the EU‘ after experiencing problems on his farm due to border problems.
In his column for The Sunday Times, Clarkson moaned that he couldn’t grow Durum wheat, as the seeds come from Rhône Valley in France.
He commented: “Tinged with a hint of ‘Well, you shouldn’t have left the EU, should you’.”
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