Loose Women star’s brutal four-word response why Meghan and Harry’s kept in the dark

Princess Kate recently opened up about her cancer diagnosis in a moving video released last month (March 22) where she gave an update on her health.

Jane Moore has since addressed claims Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found out at the same time as the nation as one royal expert claimed that the Royal Family chose not to inform the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about Kate’s health ahead of time due to a lack of trust in the couple.

The Loose Women panellist, 61, has since weighed in on the discussion as the journalist shared why she believed the couple are kept in the dark about royal matters.

The presenter and journalist issued a brutal four-word response, claiming Harry and Meghan are currently on the “Sussexes’ worldwide privacy tour”.

Writing in her recent column for The Sun, Jane commented: “How did the Princess of Wales keep her cancer diagnosis secret for so long?

“Well, perhaps by not telling her brother-in-law and his wife, for starters. It seems that the first Harry and Meghan knew of it was along with the rest of us.”

She went on: “And once the news was made public, they reportedly sent a ‘private’ message of support to Kate and William.

“As private, it seems, as the Sussexes’ worldwide privacy tour.”

The future queen told how the news came as a “huge shock” in an emotional televised statement in March.

Soon after, Harry and Meghan issued a short, heartfelt statement which read: “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace.”

In a statement released by Kensington Palace, William and Kate thanked the public for all of their support and well-wishes. The statement read: “The Prince and Princess are both enormously touched by the kind messages from people here in the UK, across the Commonwealth and around the world.”

Meanwhile, Meghan has recently been pictured reading to patients and staff at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) as part of a literacy campaign.

She joined the hospital’s month-long, Make March Matter campaign.

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