The Alan Patridge star, 54, has a ‘great deal of sympathy’ for the Sussexes after the backlash they’ve confronted for stepping away from their royal duties and shifting to Canada.
‘I’m not a royalist however Prince Harry didn’t select his position, it was thrust upon him, so I’ve quite a lot of sympathy for them,’ Steve mentioned.
‘On a human level, of course, I’m sympathetic of their remedy.’
The Greed actor additionally addressed Meghan and Harry’s clashes with the press.
‘The press needs to create a soap opera so they can create a narrative that hurts people to sell newspapers, and that was always the way,’ he mentioned.
Steve – who beforehand referred to as Brexiteers ‘ill-informed and ignorant’ – isn’t the one one backing Meghan and Harry.
Speaking on Apple Music’s Queen Radio, she mentioned: ‘Now I do want to get into something. Who thinks it’s cool that the girl Meghan Markle left the UK with her husband?
‘Can I just say what I think about that real quick? Kudos to him. Is it William or Harry? I don’t know. Harry, thanks.’
She added: ‘Kudos to Harry because let me tell you something, and this is what I love about my husband, real men always say a happy wife a happy life. That’s what actual males say.’
The Sussexes are dwelling in Canada with their child son Archie as they put together to drop their HRH kinds and give up the monarchy in favour of economic freedom.
They’ve been going underneath the radar the previous few weeks and by the appears of it, will quickly be partying it up with Steve Coogan and Nicki Minaj.
We’ll must examine our calendars however we could be free to cease by too.
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