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Lizzie Cundy, Meghan Markle's former friend, wishes that she never introduced the "Suits" actress to Prince Harry.

Cundy met the former actress in 2013 at a pre-dinner for a charity event and the two "got on like a house on fire," reported Mirror. The two met up again and became good friends. During their friendship, Meghan also told Cundy that she would "love an English boyfriend." The 54-year-old socialite originally tried to set her up with football coach Ashley Cole, but that didn't quite work. So, she introduced Meghan to Harry and the pair soon started a relationship.

In an interview with OK! magazine, Cundy shared her regret at matchmaking Harry with Meghan. She said that she wished she "never introduced Harry (to her.) It’s all my fault!" Then she apologized to Harry's stepmother Camilla and everyone. The TV personality also accused the couple of "bringing down the monarchy."

Her comments came around the release of Harry and Meghan's bombshell docuseries on Netflix. Cundy said that this could have been screened when Queen Elizabeth was alive and "I feel they’re just trying to ruin her 70 years of amazing work." She shared that she felt like "they’ve got to get their own identity," and "stop whinging, stop moaning."

Previously, Cundy said that when Harry and Meghan started dating, she texted the actress to say "how amazing it was and she did reply." But once she got married, Cundy soon realized that the former actress "was off Twitter and that her number wasn’t working." She claimed that she "got ghosted."

She has been critical of the couple in the past. She also vowed to watch the documentary although she admitted that she was "appalled" by it.

In the trailer for the documentary, Harry is seen holding his head in his hands and pregnant Meghan standing in the background. He says that it's "a dirty game," and then he talked about the pain and "suffering of women marrying into this institution this feeding frenzy." Photos of his late mother Princess Diana being hounded by photographers are also shown in the trailer.

The trailer also features a shot of Harry and Meghan looking alarmed while sitting in a car. The Duchess of Sussex says, "I realized they are never going to protect you."

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's hotly anticipated Netflix docuseries may release in December 2022. Courtney Africa/Getty Images

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