Baroness Karren Brady, 53, has questioned why King Charles’ decision to evict Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage has been branded “cruel”. The Apprentice star’s comments come after a spokesperson for the couple confirmed the news, with reports also claiming that the property has since been offered to the Duke of York.

Karren wrote about King Charles’ decision and why she did not think it warranted such upset from the pair in her latest column.

Under the title “King’s not so cruel”, Karren argued that the Los Angeles-based couple were overreacting to the news.

The businesswoman insisted it was “easy to see why” the King had decided to evict Prince Harry and his wife from Frogmore Cottage, given the contents of his explosive new Memoir, Spare.

She went on to argue that the couple had “hardly been complimentary about this country or the Royal Family they have felt the need to get away from” since giving up their royal duties.

“Are they really upset they are being “evicted” from Frogmore – after all that has happened? They are unreal, aren’t they?” she penned incredulously.

Two days ago, former BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt sparked online debate by taking aim at the King’s decision.

He wrote on Twitter at the time: “Much of the UK media will portray this eviction as a righteous act by a strong king.

“It’s anything but. Instead of building bridges the head of state is torching them,” he added.

“The banishment of his son is cruel, unnecessary and diminishes Charles.”

These days, Prince Harry and Meghan live in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

The pair quit life as working royals in 2020 and left the UK shortly afterwards, going on to make claims about tensions within the royal family in a series of interviews and in their own Netflix documentary.

Frogmore Cottage is a Grade-II listed property in the grounds of Windsor Castle in Berkshire and was a gift to Prince Harry and his wife from the late Queen herself.

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