Watch: Jeremy Kyle said Meghan Markle should be "thrown down a well" on his TV show
The 57-year-old talk show host — whose series The Jeremy Kyle Show was cancelled by ITV in May 2019 — is currently co-presenting The Talk on TalkTV and was discussing Prince Harry and his wife with royal commentators Kinsey Schofield and Emily Andrews.
Andrews suggested the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could make better use of their time doing charity work in South Africa, than making public complaints about the way they have been treated.
She said: "If you really want to perform a service for charity, go to Lesotho, it is safe there.
"Go and build wells, build a school and go and teach English..."
Kyle interrupted: "Throw her down one."
Andrews responded: "No, no! Do not do that Jeremy Kyle."
Earlier in the discussion Schofield suggest Prince Harry and Markle had exposed themselves to criticism by giving so many interviews and public statements.
She said: "People are done with the whingefest, they are done with the crying. The way these people use victimhood as currency, I think culturally we are tired of it.
"It's going to end soon, so they better get out of it what they can as the American people are really getting tired of their complaining and crying."
Kyle added he felt they were: "Taking the Mickey."
The outspoken TV presenter's comments come after he said Jeremy Clarkson deserved forgiveness for his own violent words about Markle.
Kyle said on his show: "There's no doubt Clarkson's column crossed the line... I'm not defending what Jeremy Clarkson wrote at all, I just don't see why one mistake has to mean automatic cancellation."
He wrote in the comment in The Sun, which has now been taken down, that he hates the Duchess of Sussex "on a cellular level" and lies in bed "grinding his teeth", unable to sleep as he's consumed by thoughts of her.
He also said he fantasises about Markle being made to parade through the streets of Britain while crowds "throw lumps of excrement at her".
Clarkson has since said in a statement: “I really am sorry. All the way from the balls of my feet to the follicles on my head. This is me putting my hands up. It’s a mea culpa with bells on.”
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