The View guest host Lindsey Granger criticised Kate and Prince William for not “taking a stand” against racism following their royal tour to the Caribbean. The royal couple have faced protests and calls to remove the Queen as head of state in Jamaica during their time abroad. Ms Granger went on to compare the Cambridges to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
She said: “I don’t think that William and Kate have ever stepped out in the way that we’ve seen Harry and Meghan step out on a line and take a stand.
“That’s problematic that they towed the line, so I don’t think that we’re going to get very far with these two.”
She added: “I don’t think it would be William to do anything just because we saw that bombshell interview with Oprah, Harry and Meghan.
“William was the first one to jump out and say ‘it wasn’t me—it wasn’t racism.’
“To me, that’s just disturbing because I read a Newsweek article and people in different Caribbean countries they want to be acknowledged—like seen and heard, that’s the minimum.
“The Royal Family paying them back probably isn’t going to happen, so I’m trying to say start by seeing and hearing them is probably at least legitimate.”
It comes as William has denounced slavery as “abhorrent”, saying “it should never have happened” as he addressed the issue following days of protests calling for reparations from the royal family.
William expressed his “profound sorrow” at the…