‘They should NOT come back!’ Ben Leo fumes over calls for Harry and Meghan's return

‘They should NOT come back!’ Ben Leo fumes over calls for Harry and Meghan's return

Ben Leo FUMES at calls for Sussexes' return

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Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 14/04/2024

- 16:49

Meghan and Harry moved to the US in January 2020 after quitting their roles as senior royals

GB News host Ben Leo has been left fuming after there have been reported calls for Meghan and Harry to return to the UK.

Speaking on GB News the presenter said: "Meghan Markle preaches compassion, humanity, being a good person, yet she's treated her father badly.

"Yes, he's made mistakes. He made a massive one with those paparazzi pictures.

"But if she was so compassionate and so forgiving and humanitarian, how amazing I am, she would have forgiven her father, buried the hatchet and had some sort of relationship with him.

Ben Leo

Ben Leo fumed over the prospect of the pair returning

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"You lead by example. You can't gallivant around the world building some fake brand on humanity when you treated your father that way. And the same thing goes for Harry and his family as well.

"They deserve each other and they shouldn't come back to England."


Fellow presenter Albie Amankona argued: "Wouldn't it be useful to have some extra senior royals at the moment who could get out there and do the jobs of meeting the great British people? And wouldn't Harry and Meghan be perfect for that job?"

UK Director of the Common Sense Society Emma Webb said: "It depends on who those senior royals are. And Meghan is no Princess Anne. I think they are the last thing that we need.

"You saw those photographs and saw the glamour and sparkle that you think that the Royal Family could do with.

"I saw those photographs and I saw a sort of LA princess, I just think they're the last thing that Royal Family needs."

Meghan and HarryMeghan and Harry have waded into US politics GETTY

Harry is set to speak at the Invictus Games 10th Anniversary Service to be held at St Paul’s Cathedral on May 8.

While Meghan is listed as a guest on the official running order, her attendance is yet to be confirmed.

Despite Harry making various trips to his home country since stepping back from royal duties, the Duchess of Sussex has not been present on UK soil since 2022.

Harry founded the Invictus Games - an international multi-sport event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans - in 2014.

Meghan has always been a huge support to Harry and the Invictus Games, with the pair making their first-ever public appearance at the event in Canada in 2017.

If she were to attend this would mark the Duchess's first return to the UK since the State Funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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