Jaime Peñafiel’s controversial words about Meghan Markle: “She is unbalanced like Diana was”.

The journalist also assured that the British royal house was not racist, calling them something “normal” the comments about the color of the skin of little Archie.

The words of Megan Markle and Prince Harry in the interview they gave to Oprah Winefrey continue to generate many reactions. Jaime Peñafiel has sowed controversy this Tuesday for the statements he made in defense of the monarchy in ‘Cuatro al día’ : “This is the result of marrying who you love, and not with whom you owe, and authorizing a wedding that was going to bring a lot of trouble. ”

” She (Markle) is unbalanced, just like Lady Diana was. What Harry wanted to do is reproduce and resuscitate his mother after 24 years. The interview is exact to the one she gave (in 1995) talking about suicide” , said Peñafiel, calling the Duke of Sussex “rabble”: “What is not acceptable that they do is that they have mounted this candle when the Duke of Edinburgh is dying.”

On the other hand, Peñafiel also assured that the British royal house was not racist, describing the comments about the color of little Archie’s skin as something “normal”: ” It is that Meghan’s grandmother was completely black and I understand that there was a curiosity and that the typical jokes were made about the color that the child was going to have ”

In addition to assuring that the only thing that the monarchy is asked to do is to be exemplary, something that they also do not comply with, the journalist said that Queen Elizabeth was the only person “truly worthy”, although he also blamed her: ” The error it was hers for allowing that wedding . ”

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“This issue is very serious. I imagine that Netflix will continue with ‘The Crown’ and will do a series about this because it is a major scandal. They have discovered the shame of the Windsor house, which also has them,” continued the journalist expert in royal houses.

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