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The business entrepreneur is a long-term fan of the Royal Family and has defended them on multiple occasions. Meaden, who stars in Dragons’ Den tonight, has tried to unite royalists with republicans in posts professing to “love the Queen”. In a couple of instances, the BBC star faced backlash for responding to claims about Meghan and Prince Harry.
This wasn’t the first time, Meaden caused a stir online.
Following the death of Prince Philip on April 9, Meaden took to Twitter to reflect on his legacy and what she thought of the beloved Duke.
While she had only met him “a few times”, she noticed he was “working tirelessly to improve the world and people’s lot in it”.
Meaden recognised this selflessness “each time” they met and noted much of his work happened “behind closed doors”.
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Dragons’ Den’s Deborah Meaden tested one entrepreneur who pitched a darts related product last week
She claimed there was “no fanfare” and “no media” attention for much of his work but recalled his desire to change the world.
The Dragon said: “Just that direct gaze of expectation… expecting you to join him and do more than just words.”
Despite her positive remarks, Meaden faced backlash including from one fan who wrote: “Every time someone praises him I roll my eyes.”
The individual said there…