Loose Women’s Denise Welch and Jane Moore in fiery debate over Prince Harry’s bombshells

Things became heated in the Loose Women on Thursday morning as Denise Welch and Jane Moore clashed in a debate about Prince Harry and the claims he's made about the Royal Family.

The duo's debate came hours after extracts from Harry's memoir, Spare, were leaked online.

Despite the book publisher's effort to keep the text under lock and key, the Guardian obtained a copy and began publishing sections of text, including details of an alleged physical altercation between Prince William and Harry.

During Thursday's Loose Women, Denise defended Harry's right to tell his side of the story, after relocating to the US and starting a new life with his wife Meghan Markle.

Jane, however, argued Harry is using his fame as a Royal to generate cash.

Denise hit back: "The fact is, the royal family make quite a bit of money themselves, Jane, so the fact is they have been leaking stories and we know they have.

"And as soon as Meghan was seen as the people's princess, that was game over. Because William and Kate have to remain in those positions.

"And Meghan was in those rooms way before the royal family, she was on the global stage of charities and everything," she continued. "She didn't do that just when she got married to Harry, so I think do what you like, tell your story because I think it's been absolutely appalling."

As the studio audience applauded Denise, Jane replied: "Tell your story, is it blind support or do you accept that they have made some missteps?"

Denise answered: "Everyone makes mistakes, but I don't see anything wrong in him getting his wife out of this country."

Harry and Meghan decided to step away from their royal duties in January 2020 and have since a made home for themselves and their two children in Montecito, a wealthy area of California.

After initially laying low, the Sussexes have began to share their version of events surrounding their exit from the Royal family, first in a tell-all chat with Oprah Winfrey.

They have since sat down for numerous separate interviews, taken part in a Netflix series and the Duchess has launched a podcast.

Meghan has spoken candidly about her mental health struggles, claiming she begged for help when she felt suicidal while part of the Royal family – but wasn't offered any.

The former actress claims she asked one of the "most senior" people if she have help but was told "it wouldn't be good for the institution."

As she broke down in tears, Meghan told Oprah: "I just didn't see a solution. I didn't want to be alive anymore."


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