Meghan Markle supporters disgusted by ‘despicable’ demand that Sussexen be ‘thrown off balcony’ | Royal | News

A royal editor has criticized the comments as fans gather around the royals, calling for interference from television regulator Ofcom and the rest of the family over the derogatory and pointless comments. The comment came after reports that the Sussex’s have been invited to appear on Buckingham Palace’s famous balcony for the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

In an interview with TODAY, Harry spoke about his visit to the Queen last week: “It was just so nice to see her, you know, she’s on top form, she always has a great sense of humor with me and I make sure she protected and got the right people around her.”

Panelists on GB News then commented on the Netflix camera crew following the royal family in the Netherlands at the Invictus Games, with David Mellor suggesting that “the Queen only becomes important to him because he has to see the Queen for his credibility on Netflix”.

Host Eamonn Holmes then added: “Yes, I need to be photographed, I need to be on that balcony.

“He’s putting out a book where he makes fun of Camilla.” [Parker-Bowles] and perhaps William and his father.”

He added: “How the hell wouldn’t they throw him over the balcony and her? [Meghan Markle] with him?”

Mr. Holmes later referred to Mrs. Markle as “Pinnochio” in another royal family dig.

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Among those calling on Ofcom to get involved, one user replied: “Even government officials accused of corruption don’t get that much vitriol from the British press, nor have Eamon and his ilk asked government officials to throw them over a balcony.

“Why do they take something Harry and Meghan said so personally?”

Another stated: “Another chance, in addition to the hundreds of others they’ve had, for the royal family to make it clear that abusive and abusive comments directed at Harry and Meghan have crossed the line.

“I won’t hold my breath.”

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