After recently speculating that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "won't last," Campbell threw shade at the duo for bashing the royal family on national television (they accused unnamed members in the family of racist remarks, and Harry said he believes Prince William and Prince Charles are "trapped" in royal life during their CBS Oprah Winfrey tell-all last month).
While discussing the icy greetings Harry received from the royals when he returned to the U.K. earlier this month for Prince Philip's funeral, Campbell felt Harry shouldn't have been surprised after "having kicked sand in people's faces."
"You cannot expect to treat people as if they're dirt and then expect them to treat you as if you are something special," she insisted, referring to the couple who cited the royal family's lack of support as the reason they stepped back from their senior royal duties.
"I know there is a certain couple that has the attitude that they are god's gift to humanity," Campbell added while alluding to the fact that she was speaking about Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39. Watch the video below.
Harry's return to his homeland for his grandfather's Saturday, April 17, funeral was his first time back in over a year. It was also the first time Harry saw his family following the couple's interview last month.
As OK! reported, Harry flew to the U.K. ahead of Philip's funeral to quarantine. Shortly after the reception, he flew back to Meghan — who was advised by her doctor not to travel because she's pregnant — and son Archie in the U.S. on Tuesday, April 20, one day before Queen Elizabeth II's birthday.
While Harry was in quarantine, there was "no great deal of interaction in reality with anybody, not officially anyways," Campbell explained. And there seemed to be little interaction between Harry and his family after the reception.
OK! reported that the soon-to-be father-of-two had a brief chat with his brother and dad after the funeral; however, they were apparently hesitant to speak to Harry for fear that their talk would be misconstrued and exploited.
Their supposed fear stemmed from Gayle King spilling on national TV that William and Charles spoke with Harry after the couple's Oprah interview and reported back that the chats were "not productive."
In regards to the couple's shocking tell-all, Campbell felt Harry knew the trouble their claims would cause; but he had to "pretend that he didn't give a continental damn. My understanding is that he actually was wrong-footed in that interview," she speculated.
Campbell credited Harry's willingness to go along with Meghan's jaw-dropping claims to his constant desire to appease his wife. "When you’re hooked on someone, you are rarely at their mercy, and he's hooked on her," Campbell said of Harry and the Suits alum.