The fans are fed up with the coverage of the Meghan and Harry crisis

The BBC breakfast viewers have criticized the ongoing coverage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Following their explosive interview with Oprah, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took center stage after making a series of bombshell claims and revelations.

However, it appears that BBC viewers are “fed up” with coverage of the couple.

Viewers are fed up with coverage of Meghan and Harry (Credit: BBC)

What did the BBC breakfast viewers say?

One person said on Twitter: “@ BBCBreakfast Has anyone else had enough of all that Harry and Meghan stuff? “

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Another wrote: “@ BBCBreakfast Can you get these Harry and Meghan please [bleep] Nobody enters from our television …! Give us some decent news and current affairs. “

In response to a video about the crisis, a third tweeted, “Stop giving him airtime !!”

BBC breakfast
Host Dan Walker during a discussion on Meghan and Harry and the Royal Family (Image Credit: BBC)

A fourth added: “Is there nothing else going on in the world? @ BBCBreakfast. Please no more Harry and Meghan. “

Ent Daily has reached out to the BBC Breakfast staff for a comment.

Meanwhile, the Harry and Meghan interview, which first aired in the US on Sunday, made a number of allegations and revelations.

The Duchess of Sussex spoke openly about her mental health issues and revealed that she had committed suicide with son Archie while pregnant.

She said to Oprah Winfrey, “I was ashamed to say it then and ashamed to have to admit it to Harry.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Harry and Meghan made a series of revelations and allegations (Credit: ITV / CBS)

“But I knew that if I didn’t say it, I would do it. I just didn’t want to be alive anymore. “

Meanwhile, Meghan claimed in the interview that there were “concerns and discussions about how dark it is [Archie’s] Skin could be when he was born “within the family.

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She said, “During those months when I was pregnant, we had conversations about the fact that he was not given security or titles.

“And concerns about how dark his skin might be when he’s born.”

After the interview aired in America, Oprah confirmed that the unnamed person was not the Queen or Prince Philip.

In the meantime, the palace has issued a statement taking the allegations “very seriously”.

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