Entertainment

Loose Women's Denise Welch silences critics in 11-word outburst after Prince Harry's 'ban'


Denise Welch vented her fury after it was suggested Prince William has “banned” his younger brother Prince Harry from returning to the royal fold. The Loose Women panellist shut down her critics, who attempted to hit back at her brutal response.

The explosive claim came from British royals expert Hilary Fordwich, who said the heir to the British throne is taking a no-nonsense approach to addressing his ongoing sibling feud. “It is widely known within the family that Prince William has laid down an absolute ban on Harry returning in any way, shape or form into his former royal family fold,” Fordwich claimed to Fox News Digital.

The former aide to Margaret Thatcher, Nile Gardiner, shared the article with his 53,000 followers and tweeted: “Good: Prince William put ‘absolute ban’ on Prince Harry‘s return to royal family.”

Denise, 66, reacted to the post and shared his comments, with her 555,000 followers, as she silenced the Sussexes’ critics with a brutal 11-word response.

She fumed: “HE DOESNT WANT TO RETURN!!!!! WHY CANT YOU ALL GET THAT!!!!”

One critic responded: “You know him personally Denise?”

To which she replied: “No Beverley. But I know people who do. You?”

Another claimed: “He might have too, the Americans I know despise him!” The Loose Women host hit back: “They actually adore him!!!!”

A third critic fumed: “I don’t want you to return to my TV screen but we all can’t have what we want can we?!”

Denise took the opportunity to share the comment with her social media supporters and replied: “Ask someone to show you how to work the unfollow button, Sarah.”

Harry has had a strained relationship with his family members but rushed back to London in February for a very brief visit after the King was diagnosed with an undisclosed type of cancer.

The Duke of Sussex has detailed their rocky relationship with his family in TV interviews, documentaries and his memoir Spare.

Shortly after his last quick trip to London, Harry told Good Morning America that he thought his father’s illness could help bring his family closer.



READ SOURCE

Leave a Reply

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.