Stacey Solomon sparks divide after brutal clip dismissing Royal Family resurfaces | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

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Stacey Solomon, 32, has left opinions split among a number of fans following her brutal take on the Royal Family over four years ago has gone viral. In the clip, the Loose Women presenter admitted she “doesn’t get the point” of the royals.

At the time, she appeared alongside panellists Christine Lampard, Linda Robson and Jane Moore.

The group were discussing how Meghan Markle could modernise the monarchy when the topic came up.

She said: “I don’t get why we’re so obsessed with these humans that are exactly the same.

“It could be us four sitting there I just don’t get it.”

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“It’s freezing cold outside and people are homeless and these people have houses to spare,” Stacey continued.

“And it does sometimes become a little bit frustrating because I don’t see the purpose of all of that money going to this entire family.

“Sorry, sorry to everyone!”

The moment in question has now gone viral on Twitter after being shared on the social media app TikTok.

Social media users have reacted to the video, with many sharing varied views on the Loose Women panellist’s thoughts.

Twitter user, @linmac wrote: “She needs to learn the constitution, unwritten and based on ‘that which went before’. The point of them is stability between factions, and Law and a focus of Government.  It doesnt take much to find out why.”(sic)

@Alvinsmate commented: “They give so much more to this country than they take. Pay their taxes. This country would be so much more less relevant and our history lost if we didn’t celebrate the royal family. In my opinion.”

@BermondsyT penned: “Solomon can have her view. Millions of people have a very positive view of the Royal’s me being one of them.”

Others defended Stacey’s stance, with @warzoid tweeting: “It’s possible to feel deep sorrow at the passing of a staunch matriarch & still appreciate what Stacey Solomon is saying here: There is no excuse for the obscene inequality Britain’s finest bootlickers & class villains have spent the last 12 years further widening & entrenching.”

@DanielGoffe commented: “Solidarity with Stacey Solomon!”

@andre added: “I don’t get the point of why anyone would be upset at what Stacey Solomon said.”

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