Dan Wootton has criticised Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for pushing a Republican agenda.
The first three episodes of the royal couple’s Netflix docuseries dropped on Thursday morning and the GB News presenter was quick to pick up on the “Republican narrative” pushed throughout.
Dan said: “The other huge shock in the documentary and this is probably something that's going to escape a lot of people, but at one point, it was pushing an out and out Republican narrative. This is an Archewell executive who works for them.”
Dan Wootton has criticised Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for pushing a Republican agenda. Netflix
Executive Director of Archewell, James Holt, appears in the series and in one episode says: “When you actually put it under pressure and you say that there is a family anointed by God, by blood, to rule over this country and other countries around the world. It’s a difficult conversation to have”
Dan continued: “What a total chancer. He used to work for them within the royal family. So he's no Republican, by the way.
“But he has been used as their spokesman to push this Republican narrative. And it backs up what I've been saying for some time.
Executive Director of Archewell, James Holt, appears in the series Netflix
“I believe they are on a long term campaign now to actually destroy the entire institution of the monarchy, that's how serious their mission is.”
Elsewhere, Conservative MP Bob Seely has revealed he is preparing a bill that would see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stripped of their royal titles were it to be successful.
In an exclusive interview with GB News, Mr Seely told Dan Wootton about the plan.
If the Duke and Duchess hate this country so much, hate the institutions, hate the monarchy, they should either be giving up the titles themselves or we should be helping them to do that.”
Mr Seely says the plan has been hatched from a “reasonably obscure” 1917 bill named the Royal Titles Bill.
He says it was brought in to strip titles from members of the Royal Family who were siding with the Germans during World War One.
The Tory MP floats a potential amendment, that would see the Privy Council gain the ability to strip members of the Royal Family of their titles were a vote to pass through.
The plan was hatched after Meghan and Harry’s Netflix docuseries was released, where they criticised the institution on multiple occasions.