Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have once again been criticized by a British television host, suggesting both should be thrown over the balcony; meanwhile the Sussex fans are reportedly furious about the said comment. 

David Mellor on GB News suggested Queen Elizabeth has become significant for Harry to build credibility in connection with his upcoming visit to the United Kingdom. "The Queen becomes important to him only because he has to see the Queen for his credibility on Netflix."

Host Eamonn Holmes then added, "Yes, gotta be photographed, gotta be on that balcony. He's bringing a book out where he's slagging off Camilla [Parker-Bowles] and maybe William and his father." He then continued, "How on earth- why wouldn't they throw him over the balcony and her [Meghan Markle] with him?"

Meanwhile, Meghan's aide and royal biographer, Omid Scobie, quickly responded to the unpleasant statement, calling it complete "violence" against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. He tweeted, "Everyone is entitled to an opinion, especially on an interview made for public consumption. But you know what isn't acceptable? Vile 'commentary' that only serves to incite violence and hate."

Fans of Meghan and Harry also agreed and replied to Scobie's statement, also standing and speaking against continuous hatred for the couple. "Why do they take anything said by Harry and Meghan so personally?" Another shared, "Another opportunity, on top of the hundreds of others they've had, for the Royal Family to state clearly that abusive and offensive comments targeted at Harry and Meghan have crossed the line. Not even Government officials accused of corruption get this much vitriol of UK press neither has Eamon and his ilk asked for Government officials to be thrown over a balcony."

Harry and Meghan will reportedly arrive for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with their children Archie and Lilibet. The attendance of the children has been believed to persuade the Queen to allow a "hybrid" security model that would permit Harry and Meghan to pay for their own security while traveling. Still, they will receive royal protection when staying on the grounds of Windsor Castle and while at St Paul's along with the rest of the Royal Family. The security is said to be provided by the Special Escort Group, which offers mobile armed protection to both royals and government ministers.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak during the 2021 Global Citizen Live festival at the Great Lawn, Central Park on September 25, 2021 in New York City. Photo by Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images