Mike Graham launched a scathing attack on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as he insisted the couple should lose their British citizenship. The Duchess of Sussex has criticised the constraints she faced when a working royal and said it was “liberating” to be able to “say yes” to Oprah Winfrey’s request for an interview. Meghan has taken another swipe at the institution of the monarchy in the latest clip released from her interview with the US chat show queen, saying she and Harry now have “the ability to make our own choices”. But her comments have caused a stir.
Speaking on his talkRADIO show, Mr Graham said: “The palace is definitely at war with the Duke and Duchess of Netflix.
“Harry and Meghan have dropped themselves in the brown stuff by kicking off with Oprah Winfrey in the big tell-all interview while leaving behind them a trail of destruction at Kensington Palace.”
He added: “I say not only do we strip them from the Royal Family.
“Not only do we take away all royal connections, we strip them of British citizenship.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are facing calls to have their British citizenship removed
Mike Graham launched a scathing attack and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
“Surely this kind of attack on our most treasured tradition must mean Haz and Megz are no longer members of this great nation of ours.”
It comes as the bitter fallout from Megxit worsens, the monarchy’s troubles have been labelled the War of the Waleses 2.0.
With the Duchess of Sussex accusing The Firm of “perpetuating falsehoods” about her and the Duke of Sussex in her bombshell Oprah interview, and Meghan facing claims of bullying staff, royal relations have plunged to a new low.
Less than three years ago, popular royal Harry and his American actress bride – the first mixed race person to marry a senior royal in recent history – were being lauded as the modern face of the monarchy at a star-studded no-expenses spared royal wedding.
Meghan Markle has criticised the constraints she faced when a working royal
Now, the couple, who quit the working monarchy after struggling with intense media interest and their royal roles and following a rift with the Duke of Cambridge, appear to be pitting themselves against the Queen and co.
Buckingham Palace meanwhile has begun an investigation into allegations which surfaced in The Times that Meghan drove out two personal assistants and “humiliated” staff, leaving them in tears, which she denies.
Royal author Penny Junor said: “It’s just such a mess. I don’t think there are going to be any winners in it.”
She told the PA news agency: “In a way it is another War of the Waleses.
“It is another example of this fractured family. They do seem to have a history of falling out.
“The War of the Waleses was obviously a marriage, but again it’s a member of the family feeling aggrieved and going public.”
The breakdown of the Prince and Princess of Wales’s marriage in the 1990s led to one of the most acrimonious periods in royal history.
Cracks began to show in their relationship early on as the princess struggled to adjust to her new royal life.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK