Kelly Osbourne is making it clear her opinion on Prince Harry hasn’t changed.
Three months after blasting the “whining” royal, the “Osbournes” alum doubled down on her criticism of the Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle.
After reiterating that she believes Harry, 39, is a “t–t” on Tuesday’s episode of the “Osbournes Podcast,” the former reality star accused the couple of going “down this victim road.”
She explained, “I feel a certain level of disappointment because I feel like they had the opportunity to become the most liked, loved people in the entire world that could actually bring some positive change.
“I get wanting to leave [the royal family], I get that, but then just leave,” Osbourne continued. “Don’t leave and give, like, ‘woe is me’ stories about how difficult it was.”
She concluded by saying “Life is hard for everybody.”
The “Project Runway Junior” host initially went on an explosive rant on the “I’ve Had It” podcast in June, accusing Harry of “complaining” and telling him to “suck it.”
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She said, “You were the prince of a goddamn country who dressed up as a f–king Nazi, and now you’re trying to come back as the pope.”
While some blasted Osbourne’s comments at the time, calling her a “nepo baby” whose “family made money by talking crap on TV,” others showed their support.
“Kelly Osbourne is just being honest,” one Twitter user wrote of her “priceless” comments.
The “Dancing With the Stars” alum revamped her own podcast earlier this month with her mom, Sharon Osbourne, her brother, Jack Osbourne, and her dad, Ozzy Osbourne, after five years off the air.
The family members haven’t held back on early episodes of the show, with Jack, 37, comparing his 70-year-old mom’s plastic surgery procedures to car upkeep in a recent episode.
Sharon also told listeners about her intent to move back to the United Kingdom with Ozzy, 74, in order to give the Black Sabbath rocker “a chance to live his life” on his home soil.
“We’ve been planning this for the last four f–king years,” she admitted. “We can do more what we want more in England than we can do here.”