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Denise Welch makes sarcastic dig as Meghan and Harry's hand-holding causes backlash
Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 41, have faced backlash after they were spotted holding hands at Westminster while honouring the Queen this evening.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's gesture has been a talking point on social media this evening, causing Denise Welch to step in.The 64-year-old responded to a Twitter user named Lainey L, who likened the couple to "two lovesick teenagers" for holding hands.Another chimed in, adding: "They touch each other a lot too."Either it is young love or a sign of insecurity among people they have alienated in one way or another."Lainey responed writing: "They're not exactly 'young' so it must be insecurity."Piers Morgan delivers dig to Meghan Markle as kids gain royal titlesLoose Women star Denise couldn't resist making a saracastic comment as she responded to the backlash.She commented: "How sad that you clearly don’t have someone who wants to hold your hand."The actress went on to agree with another social media, who pointed out that there was less fuss about Zara and Mike Tindall doing the same thing as others backed the couple.Denise is no stranger to defending Harry and Meghan on social media and on Loose Women.After another Twitter named JustMeSteve branded Prince Harry's wife "a bully", she replied: "Funny that everyone she worked with as an actress adored her!"When asked why she was so supportive of Meghan, Denise said she "hated seeing a woman (or anyone) subjected to the bullying she had endured".Last month, the ex Coronation Street star had a fiery debate with her fellow panellists over Meghan's interview in The Cut.Denise told the panel she’s been on the “Meghan Markle support wagon” ever since she first got with Prince Harry.Piers Morgan stuns as he defends Prince
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Why Pippa Middleton and mum Carole were once refused entry from Wimbledon's Royal Box
Duchess of Cambridge, it's no surprise that Pippa Middleton and her mum Carole are usually treated to VIP seats in the Royal Box or the players' box at Wimbledon.READ: Why Zara and Mike Tindall once shunned the Royal Box at WimbledonHowever, the mother-daughter duo were once relegated to standard seats back in 2017 when they arrived too late for Andy Murray's match against Benoit Paire. Kate's younger sister and mother were pictured sitting separately, just outside of the players' box, which is usually reserved for athletes and their families, and VIP guests. WATCH: Kate Middleton's flawless courtside style at WimbledonThe change of seating plan didn't dampen Pippa and Carole's spirits, as the tennis lovers were pictured chatting and laughing after the match with a few of Pippa's friends.READ: Carole Middleton surprises as she wears same dress as daughter KateSHOP: 13 best tennis outfits for women this summerIn 2015, Lewis Hamilton lost his place in Wimbledon's Royal Box after falling foul of the strict dress code, which requires men to wear a jacket and tie.  Carole Middleton and daughter Pippa arrived late to a Wimbledon match in 2017The Formula One champion, who wore a flowery shirt, was turned away from the men's singles final match owing to an "unfortunate misunderstanding regarding the dress code at Wimbledon," his spokesperson said.SEE: Emma Raducanu's most stylish momentsPippa's older sister Kate, 40, also previously revealed that she was once "banned" from Wimbledon.
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Corrie's Simon Gregson seen picking car up after Grand National 'altercation'
Coronation Street star Simon Gregson has now collected his car after being probed by police last week.The actor who plays Steve McDonald on the hit ITV programme was spoken to by Merseyside Police after attending Ladies Day on April 8 at Aintree Racecourse.Simon, 47, is said to have been involved in a bust-up at the annual event after being seen drinking pints of Guinness while rubbing shoulders with the likes of Zara and Mike Tindall and Jason Manford.Shortly, after the event, Merseyside Police confirmed they were investigating an "altercation" between two men at a Toby Carvery carpark, close to the world-famous racecourse.Now, Simon has been pictured arriving at the racecourse in the passenger seat of a grey BMW before driving away in his own car, a black BMW.The former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star was dressed casually as he walked across the carpark, wearing a pair of blue washed-out denim jeans, a red raincoat, an New York Yankees baseball cap and grey trainers.Shortly after getting back into his car and adjusting himself behind the wheel, the dad-of-three set off from the car park as he went about his day.Following the incident on Friday, a source told The Sunday Mirror: "There was a bust-up and bouncers kicked him out – they pinned him to the ground before the police arrived.