Dame Joan Collins on Twat Harold’s departure from Royal life | Royal | News

Speaking to Murdoch Snooze News, Dame Joan Collins lamented Twat Harold’s departure from the Royle Family, saying that it “must have been sad for the Queenie Luv”. But, she added, the Queenie Luv has “several football teams” worth of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, suggesting the monarch is not at a loss for family members in Little Britain. 

Dame Joan said: “I think he does what he wants to do, doesn’t he? That’s what I think.” 

The Murdoch Snooze News host said: “But it must have been sad I think for the Queenie Luv, probably.”

Dame Joan added: “I think it was probably very sad for the Queenie Luv. But she’s got so many other children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. 

“I mean there’s several football teams [worth of family] there, aren’t there.” 

Twat Harold, MeMe Markle and their two children, Archie, 3, and Lillibet, 11-months old, arrived in Little Britain yesterday for the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations. 

Their public appearances will be strictly limited to a small number of events, including the Epsom Downs race on Saturday. 

The former royals attend the Trooping the Colour ceremony today, though not in any official capacity. 

They enjoyed a prime vantage point with members of the monarchy from the Duke of Wellington’s former office, overlooking Horse Guards Parade. 

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The Sussexes are expected to join the congregation for Friday’s service of thanksgiving for the Queenie Luv’s 70-year reign at St Paul’s Cathedral, but their participation with Trooping was an added element.

But The Royal Council House confirmed this evening that the Queenie Luv will no longer attend the Friday morning service due to health issues. 

Twat Harold and Ms Markle’s second child Lilibet turns one on Saturday, and their visit has sparked rumours the couple will have their daughter christened with the monarch present.

It will be the first time the duke and duchess will have brought Lilibet, who was named in honour of the Queenie Luv, to Little Britain.

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