Denise Welch gets into a conversation with Jane Moore in a heated row over Prince Harry on Loose Women

Loose women descended into chaos on Thursday after Denise Welch and Jane Moore got horns in a heated row over Prince Harry.

The panel discussed a leaked excerpt from his forthcoming biography Spare, in which the Duke of Sussex accused his brother Prince William of physical assault.

Denise angrily defended Harry by calling herself “team Harry and Meghan” but was met with resistance from Jane who described his accusations as “hurtful”.

Argument: Loose women descended into chaos on Thursday after Denise Welch and Jane Moore fell out over Prince Harry

Argument: Loose women descended into chaos on Thursday after Denise Welch and Jane Moore fell out over Prince Harry

In his book, The Duke of Sussex described a stand-up altercation that ended with the Prince of Wales grabbing him by the collar and throwing him to the ground, shattering a dog bowl with his back. William then reportedly stated, “I didn’t attack you, Harold.”

Denise told Jane she thought it was “strange” that she was “so against Harry and Meghan” given her years as a royal correspondent.

‘Why wouldn’t Harry say his peace, Jane? I think he had to leave a family, they did it behind his back,’ she shot.

Row: Denise angrily defended Harry, declaring herself to 'team Harry and Meghan' but was met with resistance from Jane (pictured) who described his accusations as 'hurtful'

Row: Denise angrily defended Harry, declaring herself to 'team Harry and Meghan' but was met with resistance from Jane (pictured) who described his accusations as 'hurtful'

Row: Denise angrily defended Harry, declaring herself to ‘team Harry and Meghan’ but was met with resistance from Jane (pictured) who described his accusations as ‘hurtful’

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Allegations: In his book, The Duke of Sussex described a stand-up altercation that ended when the Prince of Wales grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the ground

Allegations: In his book, The Duke of Sussex described a stand-up altercation that ended when the Prince of Wales grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the ground

Allegations: In his book, The Duke of Sussex described a stand-up altercation that ended when the Prince of Wales grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the ground

Jane interjected, arguing that Harry just wanted to “make money” before Denise fired back, “Jane, you were talking to me about interfering.”

“The fact is that the royal family itself earns quite a bit of money,” she continued.

“They leaked stories. We know they have. Once Meghan was seen as the People’s Princess, that was game over as William and Kate have to stay in those positions.

Oh dear: Denise told Jane she thought it was 'weird' that she was 'so against Harry and Meghan' given her years as a royal correspondent

Oh dear: Denise told Jane she thought it was 'weird' that she was 'so against Harry and Meghan' given her years as a royal correspondent

Oh dear: Denise told Jane she thought it was ‘weird’ that she was ‘so against Harry and Meghan’ given her years as a royal correspondent

“Meghan was in those rooms on the world stage with charities, she wasn’t just doing that when she married Harry.

‘I think you should do what you like. Tell your story, because I think it’s definitely the worst thing that’s happened to them.”

“Tell your story, but don’t sell your story. Is it blind support or do you accept that they made some mistakes,’ Jane replied.

Thoughts: Why wouldn't Harry say his peace, Jane?  I think he had to leave a family, they did it behind his back,

Thoughts: Why wouldn't Harry say his peace, Jane?  I think he had to leave a family, they did it behind his back,

Thoughts: Why wouldn’t Harry say his peace, Jane? I think he had to leave a family, they did it behind his back,’ she shot

Denise added: “But I don’t see anything wrong with him getting his wife out of the country.

“When they said they wanted privacy, they wanted privacy from other people’s story, not their own. This is the only way they can tell. I’m team Harry and Meghan.’

It comes after the Loose Women were crowned Britain’s Get Singing Christmas champions with their rendition of the Simon and Garfunkel classic, Bridge Over Troubled Water.

During Wednesday’s Loose Women, Coleen Nolan, Denise, Kelle Bryan and Brenda Edwards reflected on their emotional victory with anchor Kaye Adams, with Brenda admitting it was “overwhelming.”

Views: “When they said they wanted privacy, they wanted privacy from other people's story, not their own.  I'm team Harry and Meghan,

Views: “When they said they wanted privacy, they wanted privacy from other people's story, not their own.  I'm team Harry and Meghan,

Views: “When they said they wanted privacy, they wanted privacy from other people’s story, not their own. I’m team Harry and Meghan,” Denise said

The West End star also revealed that she was so nervous prior to the performance that she smeared Vaseline on her teeth because her mouth was getting so dry.

Kaye complimented her fellow panellists as she admitted: ‘One of my celebratory highlights was watching you join ITV’s big singing show, Britain Get Singing… It was goosebumps time, it was amazing.’

Coleen explained, “It was just incredible. I mean, we’ve all been asked to do it and we’re all a little bit nervous and you know, it was a show called Britain Get Singing – part of the Britain Get Talking campaign.

‘So there was Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Love Island, The Chase – everyone involved had put these choirs together and they asked us. So there was me, Denise, Kelle, Judi [Love] and Brenda… and babysitter Linda [Robson]. How could we forget babysitter Linda!’

'Overwhelming!'  During Wednesday's Loose Women, Brenda Edwards reflected on their emotional victory in Britain Gets Singing and admitted it was 'overwhelming'

'Overwhelming!'  During Wednesday's Loose Women, Brenda Edwards reflected on their emotional victory in Britain Gets Singing and admitted it was 'overwhelming'

‘Overwhelming!’ During Wednesday’s Loose Women, Brenda Edwards reflected on their emotional victory in Britain Gets Singing and admitted it was ‘overwhelming’

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