Meghan brutally mocked by TV hosts who erupt with laughter over book reading

Meghan Markle was mocked by Sunrise Australia TV hosts who erupted into laughter at her as they watched a video of the Duchess reading her book.

Meghan read her children's book The Bench on children's YouTube story channel on Wednesday.

She was seen at home in her $14million (£10m) mansion garden in Montecito, California.

Sunrise hosts Karl Stefanovic, Allison Langdon, and Alex Cullen, did not seem impressed by the Duchess of Sussex as they could be heard laughing as they played the video live.

Meghan revealed the book is about a "special bond between father and son" as "seen through a mother's eyes."

The TV hosts burst into laughter after the video ended and apologised.

Karl said he found it was "really hard to keep a straight face" while watching.

Co-host Allison Langdon asked: "Why was it difficult to keep a straight face Alex, it's a lovely story?"

Alex sarcastically added: "It is a lovely story, it's fascinating, fulfilling me in many ways."

Karl referenced a line in Meghan's book by saying: "As we always say, pump pump."

The whole TV panel started to sing Pump Up the Jam by Technetronic, each taking it in turns to sing a line in between laughing.

The Bench was published earlier this year. not long after the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan's second child, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor who was born in June.

At the end of the video Meghan is seen closing the book and saying: "I hope you enjoyed The Bench, I loved being able to share it with you.

"And now I hope you're able to go and find your own special bench, or chair, or little quiet nook."

"Just a place that means something to you that you can share with someone you love."

This is not the first time the Duchess has read a children's book on YouTube.

She concluded: "Have a great day and come back to Brightly Storytime soon. Bye!"

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