GMB fans beg ITV stars to ‘stop talking’ about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Good Morning Britain viewers have grown tired of the show after presenter Kate Garraway wouldn’t “stop talking” about Harry and Meghan.

Garraway began by talking about the couple’s recent trip to England for a secret meeting with the Queen.

Harry and Meghan also visited Prince Charles at Windsor Castle during their first UK trip as a couple since they quit their royal duties in May 2020.

Kate spoke about their trip on the ITV show alongside her co-presenter Adil Ray, a topic which she described as the programme’s “top story” and labelled it “breaking news”.

However, fans weren’t happy with the 54-year-old as she continued to discuss the couple’s visit to the country.

One Twitter user tweeted the show: “Do us all a favour and stop going on about Harry and Meghan.”

Another said: “There’s a war in Ukraine, yet the first headline was Harry and Meghan. Who cares about them? They are irrelevant.”

One viewer even branded the episode as having the “worst content” and called it “so boring”.

They continued: “It’s so low to pitch Harry and Meghan visiting their grandmother over the tragedy of Ukrainians as the headline.”

Harry and Meghan’s trip comes ahead of the Invictus Games, which are scheduled for 16 – 22 April in Holland.

The couple did not attend Prince Phillip’s memorial service, which was held at Westminster Abbey on 29 March.

The ceremony was held to pay homage to his life and saw a congregation of approximately 1,800 people.

Although Harry and Meghan were not in attendance due to concerns about their personal security during the trip, they did promise to see the Queen “as soon as possible”.

It has not been confirmed whether the pair brought their children over to the UK with them during this recent scheduled trip, which comes just ahead of the Queen’s upcoming 96th birthday.

The couple share almost three-year-old Archie and 10-month-old Lilibet, the latter of whom the Queen has never met.

Managing Director of Majesty magazine Joe Little called the visit “a welcome if not long overdue move on part of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex”.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am

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  • Good Morning Britain
  • ITV
  • Prince Harry
  • Meghan Markle

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