Stacey Solomon has sent social media into a frenzy after a video of her slating the Royal Family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viral.
In the clip, which was reshared by a fan on TikTok, the presenter got into a debate with her co-hosts Jane Moore, Linda Robson and Christine Lampard about the UK's fixation with the Royals.
'I don't get why we're so obsessed with these humans that are exactly the same,' questioned the panelist, 31, with frustration following yet more discussion about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
'I don't get why we're so obsessed': Stacey Solomon has divided users on social media after a video of her slating the Royal Family on Loose Women in 2018 resurfaced and went viralInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She explained: 'I'm probably gonna be of the opinion of nobody else in the entire world but I just don't get it [the Royal Family]. I don't get any of it.'
Gesturing to the rest of the Loose Women panel, she continued: 'Like, it could be us four sitting there.'
Jane then chimed in: 'For me, they're becoming celebrities.' To which, Stacey quickly replied: 'That's all they are.'
'The Queen is brilliant,' defended Jane. 'But for what?' questioned Stacey. 'For duty, responsibility,' the journalist argued.
Normal people? Stacey questioned the significance of the Royal Family and claimed it could be her and her fellow Loose Women panelists sat on the throne instead (pictured in 2020)
'She's always worked really hard hasn't she,' added Linda.
'But I would work really hard if the whole country paid for me to have like 12 houses and work really hard,' Stacey hit back.
'They don't pay for all the houses, Jane said. 'We contribute about £39m a year. It costs £300m a year to run the Royal Family.
'But I'm with you. After the Queen, I'd have them all on bicycles and living in a terraced house. But I love the Queen, I think she's fantastic,' she added.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'The Queen is brilliant': The panelist got into a debate with her co-hosts Jane Moore, Linda Robson and Christine Lampard about the UK's fixation with the Royals.
Stacey then emphasised how the money spent on the Royal Family could be re-directed for more philanthropic purposes, such as homelessness.