Meghan Markle’s old friend Lizzy Cundy will drop juicy insights into her alleged affinity for British men on her new television program.

According to Daily Mail, Cundy revealed that Prince Harry’s wife “always targeted British men” and was obsessed with London. The host, whose show “Red Carpet Uncut” airs on Amazon Prime, added that she has a clip to back her claims about the Duchess of Sussex. The statements were made during one of her recent interactions with a correspondent at the Boisdale Life Editors Lunch.

Cundy was allegedly instructed to take care of Meghan during her initial days in London, as she wanted to meet someone. The TV presenter had no qualms in revealing how the actress-turned royal severed ties with her as soon as things panned out well between her and the Duke of Sussex.

Cundy further maintained that she’s made peace with the past after having observed a pattern, in the manner in which Meghan seemed to have distanced herself from acquaintances. It didn’t bother her anymore after learning how the mother-of-two pretty much did the same to her family as well.

On the other hand, speculations are rife that the former "Suits" star's half-brother Thomas Markle Jr. will be making an appearance on the Australian show, "Big Brother VIP." Scores of celebrities have reportedly flown to Australia, since Katie Hopkins' exit from the show, following the controversy around her statements on breaking quarantine rules in the hotel. Albeit a joke, the statement led to Hopkins being sent back to the UK shortly after.

Markle Jr. was spotted at the Sydney Airport earlier this week and will observe a 14-day quarantine before entering into the house, reported Daily Star. He opened up about hitting the lowest point in his life in the year 2019, just as things progressed between his sister and Harry. The 55-year-old lamented that he was shaken by the turn of events, and how it impacted his life.

With so much being written in the media—both true and half-baked stories, Meghan's brother revealed how tough it had gotten for him in terms of clinching professional deals or finding himself a home.

Prince Harry Meghan Markle Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R) and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive to attend the Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House in London on March 5, 2020. - The Endeavour Fund helps servicemen and women have the opportunity to rediscover their self-belief and fighting spirit through physical challenges. Photo by Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images