BBC viewers slam Harry and Meghan coverage as they demand 'stop this'

BBC viewers were enraged by the recent coverage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. BBC Breakfast returned to screens on Saturday (May 18) with Charlie Stayt and Nina Warhurst resuming their spot on the red sofa.

They handed over to newswatch as presenter Samira Ahmed shared viewers’ opinions on coverage of events by BBC News over the past week. This included the Duke of Sussex’s recent visit to the UK which he branded “great”.

He attended a charity event in central London alongside children who had lost parents in the military. The BBC News coverage went on to present live from Nigeria, where the Prince went to meet his wife.

Their trip featured on several BBC News bulletins throughout the week – but this enraged viewers.

Several viewers contacted the BBC to demand the broadcaster to stop reporting on the couple. One phoned in and said: “The Prince of Wales is on official duty today. Nothing on the headlines about him, but covering the ridiculous Meghan and Harry continuing privacy tour, it’s absolutely ridiculous.

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