Stacey Solomon addresses resurfaced clip about The Royal Family

Stacey Solomon has addressed a clip of her speaking about the royal family from 2018 who recently resurfaced after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

In a new interview with The Guardian, the 32-year-old Loose Women star claimed she “has nothing against the monarchy” after previously saying she “doesn’t obsess” about them.

He explained that it was difficult to see the regurgitated clip a week before Her Majesty’s funeral because “it didn’t say so about the passing of the Queen.”

Speaking: Stacey Solomon has addressed a clip of her speaking about the 2018 royal family that recently resurfaced after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Speaking: Stacey Solomon has addressed a clip of her speaking about the 2018 royal family that recently resurfaced after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Speaking to the publication, he claimed the video had been misrepresented. ‘I have nothing against the monarchy and I thought the queen was a lovely lady, but I don’t understand why we pay a contribution to one of the richest families in the world.’

Stacey further explained the point she was making in the original discussion: “Some of our kids didn’t even get school lunches, and knowing that a lot of money is going to someone who doesn’t need it, I just couldn’t get my head around it.” it’s.

“I don’t know why they can’t just exist as a cool, famous family. Why do they have to be bosses of something and have that monetary contribution?’

Hitting back: In a new interview with The Guardian, the 32-year-old Loose Women star claimed she “has nothing against the monarchy” after previously saying she “doesn’t obsess” about them

It came after Stacey came under fire from her fans after a video of her criticizing the royal family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viral.

In the clip, which was shared by a fan on TikTok, the presenter debated with her co-hosts Jane Moore, Linda Robson and Christine Lampard about the UK’s fixation on the Royals.

“I don’t understand why we’re so obsessed with these humans who are exactly the same,” the 31-year-old panelist questioned in frustration after further discussion of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

She explained, “I probably won’t agree with anyone else in the whole world, but I just don’t get it.” [the Royal Family]. I do not understand anything.

Gesturing to the rest of the Loose Women panel, she continued, “Like, that could be the four of us sitting there.”

Jane then chimed in, “To me, they’re becoming celebrities.” To which Stacey quickly replied, ‘That’s all they are.’

‘The queen is brilliant,’ defended Jane. ‘But for what?’ Stacey questioned. ‘Out of duty, responsibility,’ argued the journalist.

'I don't understand why we're so obsessed': Stacey divided users on social media after a video of her criticizing the royal family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viral

'I don't understand why we're so obsessed': Stacey divided users on social media after a video of her criticizing the royal family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viral

‘I don’t understand why we’re so obsessed’: Stacey divided users on social media after a video of her criticizing the royal family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viral

“People are homeless and these people have houses to spare”: Stacey emphasized that money spent on the Royals could be better used elsewhere (pictured in 2018)

“She’s always worked really hard, hasn’t she?” Linda added.

“But I would work really hard if the whole country paid for me to have like 12 houses and work really hard,” Stacey replied.

‘They don’t pay for all the houses,’ said Jane. ‘We bring in around £39m a year. Running the royal family costs £300 million a year.

But I’m with you. After the Queen, I would have them all on bicycles and living in a row house. But I love the Queen, I think she is fantastic,” she added.

Stacey then emphasized how money spent on the royal family could be redirected for more philanthropic purposes, such as homelessness.

She said: ‘It’s very cold outside and people are homeless and these people [the Royals] they have like houses to spare.

“Sometimes it gets a little frustrating because I don’t see the purpose of all that money for this whole family.”

Speaking about married life on This Morning on Thursday, Stacey said: 'I'm so lucky, I feel like I've been married to Joe forever.  We loved every second.  We plan to have a ceremony in the garden with our friends and family.

Speaking about married life on This Morning on Thursday, Stacey said: 'I'm so lucky, I feel like I've been married to Joe forever.  We loved every second.  We plan to have a ceremony in the garden with our friends and family.

Speaking about married life on This Morning on Thursday, Stacey said: ‘I’m so lucky, I feel like I’ve been married to Joe forever. We loved every second. We plan to have a ceremony in the garden with our friends and family.

The former X Factor singer recently married Joe Swash at his home, Pickle Cottage.

Stacey shares her daughter Rose and two-year-old son Rex with her husband, as well as Zach, 14, and Leighton, 10, from previous relationships.

Speaking about married life on This Morning on Thursday, Stacey said: ‘I’m so lucky, I feel like I’ve been married to Joe forever. We loved every second. We plan to have a ceremony in the garden with our friends and family.

Sweet: The former X Factor singer recently married Joe Swash at his home, Pickle Cottage

Sweet: The former X Factor singer recently married Joe Swash at his home, Pickle Cottage

Sweet: The former X Factor singer recently married Joe Swash at his home, Pickle Cottage

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