Meghan Markle has been accused of being dishonest over the birth of her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The accusations came from radio host Kait Borsay.

The talkRADIO host said that Meghan should have been more honest with herself and all the other women because it is highly unlikely that her son would continue to sleep soundly. During her first photo call with Archie and Prince Harry, Meghan said that her son has a calm temperament and giving birth to him was just magical.

“Part of me wishes that Meghan said something honest to us as women and said, ‘Oh my God it was horrendous, I’m totally glad I have a baby now but I have never, ever been in that much pain in my life,’” Borsay said. “We would relate to her.”

The radio host also criticized Prince Harry for saying that parenting is amazing, especially since he’s only been a dad for two days. Borsay said that both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should calm down with their statements because parenting won’t stay amazing the whole way through.

Sky New presenter Jacquie Beltrao responded to Borsay by saying that parenting is mostly amazing when they are taking care of a baby. But Borsay said that it’s just a bit of a bore, and that’s what she feels toward Meghan and Prince Harry at the moment.

“In the nicest possible way, they are new parents, they are gushing with lovely things to say about their new baby but it’s a bit of a bore,” Borsay said. “Like ‘the baby has been sleeping really well, it’s an absolute sweetheart, it’s so gentle-natured.’ Again, the baby is two days old,” she continued.

The host said that it’s possible that the royal baby is still in shock; that’s why he has been sleeping soundly for the past two days. Borsay also said that soon enough Meghan would get a rude wake-up call and will realize whether or not what she said about her son sleeping soundly was right after all.

Meghan gave birth to Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on Monday at 5:26 a.m.

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, signs a book of condolence on behalf of the Royal Family at New Zealand House on March 19, 2019, in London, England. Ian Vogler -WPA Pool/Getty Images