The Loose Women panel has been criticised by viewers for their Prince Harry and Meghan Markle coverage.
The ITV show has heavily covered the royal couple throughout the years and have been featured a few times in their new Netflix documentary.
On Friday's episode (December 16), Carol McGiffin, Judi Love, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore discussed the new programme.
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It was made clear by Carol that she wasn't keen on the royals' version of events and didn't appreciate their new docu-series, whereas Nadia seemed to regret some of the things she had said on screen.
Judi also stood up for Meghan and revealed that she had always been on her side of the narrative.
Fans of the show took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the discussion.
One viewer wrote: "Carol needs to take several seats. We don't want hear what you think. I believe every word from H&M. #Iloveharryandmeghan."
A second added: "Jesus how is this Carol’s job… I’ve never seen anyone more miserable and self-centred on regular TV before."
While a third penned: "Carol needs to bring it down a peg or two."
A fourth shared: "Honestly have to wonder how people like Frankie Bridge, Judi Love, Stacey Solomon, among other young and open-minded women, sit on the panel of Loose Women without ripping their hair out. Some of the older women are so self-righteous and arrogant it would drive me f***ing insane"
"Also why does anyone who isn’t the immediate royal family care about whether Harry and William will have a relationship? Why does it matter to Joe Bloggs? Get a bloody grip & focus on your own family," posted a fifth.
Another tweeted: "So refreshing to hear Judi Love's opinion on the Meg and Harry docu-series, Carol is clearly a bitter woman. White women constantly feel the need to invalidate and downplay the experiences of anyone who isn’t a white woman."
One Twitter user said: "Judi is right. Isn’t it interesting how everybody is so ready to believe what the tabloids, the ‘sources’ say. But when it comes directly from the source, it’s all lies. Also, Carol, everything looks perfectly shot because Harry is into photography, as it was said."
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV1 and ITVHub.
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