Tracey McNickle and Jonny Ewart stopped to chat with the Express outside Westminster Abbey to offer their opinions on the Royal Family after Netflix aired the latest revelations from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s tell-all series. The couple from Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland had traveled over to London to catch a glimpse of King Charles and Queen Camilla as the royal couple made an appearance on Thursday at the annual Christmas carols service at the abbey alongside the Prince and Princess of Wales.
The co-founders of Carrick Connect in Carrickfergus previously met William and Kate during the royal couple’s visit to Northern Ireland in October.
Ms McNickle was full of praise for the Prince and Princess of Wales and remarked on how loved the couple were with the public.
She told Express.co.uk: “I am absolutely buzzing to be here today, on October 6 we had the Prince and Princess of Wales over to our organization Carrick Connect, which we are the co-founders of, to visit us and we actually had a good hour ten minutes with them.
“They are such special people to us, and we are just so excited today to be here to see them and to also have the bonus of King Charles and Queen Camilla here as well is just fantastic. Everybody loves them.”
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In the latest Netflix episode to drop, Prince Harry recalled a shouting match with his brother during a tense meeting in Sandringham over the Sussexes’ royal plans.
Asked for his reaction to the latest of Meghan and Harry’s bombshell Netflix series, Mr Ewart described the latest revelations as “really sad”.
He told Express.co.uk: “I think it is sad that they are doing that, it is a great institution.
“Like every family, they have got their problems but you don’t air your problems in public.”
He added: “Certainly the wrong time to be doing this, undermining the new king, would their grandmother be proud of this? No. So it is very sad.”
It comes as Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined The Princess of Wales and Prince William as the family stepped out in London for the Together at Christmas carol concert at Westminster Abbey.
Kate, who was smiling and looked relaxed, arrived before 4.20pm dressed in an elegant deep red coat dress with matching shoes and clutch bag.
She greeted the clergy at the door of the abbey before going inside where she chatted with guests and enthusiastically high-fived children.
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Prince Harry says in episode 5 of the Netflix documentary that William “shouted” at him during the family sit down.
He says: “It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that simply weren’t true.”
“And my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there and sort of take it all in.”
The claims are likely to cause a deepening of the rift between the brothers as the Royal Family braces for further revelations.