Ana Navarro calls out Keith McNally’s Lauren Sánchez attack


Ana Navarro pointed out the irony of Keith McNally posting a slideshow of photos of Lauren Sánchez via his Instagram just to insult her appearance.

“If you find Lauren Sanchez ‘revolting,’ why waste time and bother rolling your eyes and posting 8 photos of her?” the “View” co-host, 52, wrote in the comments section Tuesday about the restaurateur’s message. “It seems rather counterintuitive.”

Navarro, who recently underwent a weight loss transformation, then added of Sánchez: “I think if I had his body and his money, I would strut around in a grape leaf and two (walnut) shells. coconut) and I don’t care. damn, what everyone thought.

Ana Navarro called out Keith McNally for remarks he made about Lauren Sánchez. ABC via Getty Images
“It seems kind of counterintuitive,” Navarro told McNally after she posted photos of Sánchez and called her “revolting.” Instagram/keithmcnallynyc
“If I had his body and his money, I would strut around in a fig leaf,” Navarro added. ananavarrofl/Instagram

The political talking head’s fiery response comes after McNally, 72, faced backlash for attacking the helicopter pilot, 54, in the caption of his post on Monday.

“Does anyone else find Jeff Bezos’ new wife (sic) – Lauren Sanchez – ABSOLUTELY REVOLUTIONARY?” »wrote the owner of Balthazar.

“What an ugly, F-king SMUG – LOOKING couple they are. Is this what having a trillion dollars does to people?

McNally said in his speech that Sánchez and her fiancé, Jeff Bezos, looked “ugly” and “smug.” Getty Images
“Is this the effect of having $1 trillion on people? » added the couple’s restaurateur. Dave Bennett/WireImage

Besides Navarro, Chrissy Teigen was one of the first stars to come to Sánchez’s defense.

The cookbook author, 38, wrote: “She is actually incredibly vibrant, accomplished and kind, and everyone who knows her would say the same thing.”

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Fans also chimed in, with one writing under the post: “Lauren Sánchez is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and former news anchor. She is also a licensed pilot. A woman’s appearance is important, but it doesn’t make her any less of a person.

Another added: “There are literally a billion other things we could criticize about billionaires – can we leave out the sexist remarks about women’s bodies?” »

Chrissy Teigen defended Sánchez, calling her “incredibly vibrant, accomplished and kind.” laurenwsanchez/Instagram
One social media user asked McNally: “Can we leave sexist remarks about women’s bodies aside?” staceybendet/Instagram

Sánchez, who got engaged to Bezos in May 2023, later appeared to respond to McNally’s comments herself by sharing uplifting quotes online.

A message via her Instagram story read: “People will love you. People will hate you. And none of this will have anything to do with you.

The former entertainment journalist then shared a quote from fashion designer Rachel Zoe that read: “Lead with kindness, encourage those you love.” Honestly, I wish everyone the best.

McNally, who owns many large restaurants, did not respond to the backlash. Patrick McMullan via Getty Images
Instead, he promoted his upcoming memoir. Keith McNally/Instagram

McNally has a long history of ruffling feathers with his no-filter attitude.

In the past, he has called out famous diners for allegedly rude behavior, vigorously defended accused sex attacker Woody Allen and doubled down on his inflammatory remarks about attacks on Israel.

McNally has yet to respond to the backlash he received for his comments about Sánchez, instead sharing another post promoting his upcoming memoir, aptly titled “I Regret Almost Everything.”

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