Dr Mos-Shobamimu took aim at King Charles, saying the upcoming Netflix series of The Crown should move ahead despite the Royal Family’s concerns around the portrayal of his dramatic break-up and bitter divorce with Princess Diana. She attempted to draw a parallel between the portrayal of the new King to the treatment his daughter-in-law Meghan Markle received at the hands of the establishment. But Jeremy Vine intervened to stir the conversation back to the main topic, urging the commentator to focus on the issue at hand.
Dr Mos-Shogbamimu said: “You need to understand his character still speaks to today.
“When you take that and apply some deductive reasoning to how King Charles, and the Royal Family, and the establishment treat Meghan Markle.”
But Mr Vine cut her off, saying: “Don’t keep going on Meghan. We’re talking about Charles now.
Jeremy Vine on 5 panellists were discussing the impact of the new season on King Charles, with broadcaster Carole Malone noting the Royal Family “is very worried about how people are going to react, as the man [has just become] King.”
Dr Shola said: “Because of the recent videos of Charles and the way he was treating his staff.”
She suggested King Charles should go through the discomfort of watching his personal life being broadcast because of newly-instated King’s behaviour towards royal staff.
Charles reportedly fired dozens of Clarence House staff who expected to be transferred into his new household.
Jeremy Vine interrupted her, saying: “Well, come on.”
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