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Rod Stewart’s wife Penny Lancaster ‘losing respect’ over Furious Outbursts

Loose Women: Penny Lancaster said she is “losing respect” for Prince Harry (Image: ITV)


Rod Stewart’s wife Penny Lancaster ‘losing respect’ over Furious Outbursts


Penny Lancaster appeared as a guest on ITV’s Loose Women, where the panel debated if they were losing compassion for the Duke of Sussex. The conversation follows Prince Harry’s recent participation on the podcast Armchair Expert. The royal covered various issues, including mental health, his military duty, and his connection with the royal family, on the show hosted by Dax Shepard and Monica Padman, and things got hot.

Penny Lancaster, a panelist, had a lot to say about Harry and Meghan Markle’s relocation to America.

When speaking with Janet Street-Porter, she stated: “I wouldn’t think it’s losing sympathy, but maybe it’s a bit more losing a little respect and understanding of what he’s going through. Because it seems like he’s jumped from what he calls the ‘zoo’ into a big goldfish bowl.

“I don’t think if you want to disappear out of that limelight and the pressure that comes with it, then I think Los Angeles is got to be the craziest place to move.

“If they’d run off to a remote village in Italy somewhere then people would go ‘Ah, see they couldn’t handle the press or the pressure and now they really have attempted to start a new life.”

“Completely new start, but Los Angeles doesn’t seem like the place to go and of course, talk about mental health it’s extremely important,” she concluded.


“But to sort of dragging the family through the mud while you’re doing it, doesn’t seem like the right thing to do if you’re trying to get the public on your side

Brenda Edwards, co-host, disagreed, explaining that she understood what William and Harry have been through.

Brenda Edwards chimed in, saying, ‘I will always have sympathise for Harry and for William because of what they went through with their mother and I can personally relate to that.

‘The image of them walking behind their mother’s coffin for that long four or five miles, however long it is, that will never leave their minds and until you’ve walked in that shoe, “I don’t think you’re in a position to criticise because you don’t know what he’s going through mentally. I’ve gone through things mentally and I’m 52 and I was four.

“So, it doesn’t get any better. It might get easier but still, I think people should focus on the mental health information that he’s giving out and focus on the good things.

“Rather than talking about the negatives. His family is part of his upbringing and we don’t know anything about it.”

Harry is set to discuss trauma and grief in the Apple TV series, which will focus on mental health and will also include US talk show host Oprah.

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