Good Morning Britain’s Alex Beresford has hit out at trolls who posted vile feedback about Prince Phillip as he stays in hospital.
Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Duke of Edinburgh had been taken to King Edward VII’s hospital in London on Tuesday night as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell and walked unaided into the medical centre.
The 99-year-old is predicted to remain in hospital this week and on Saturday was visited by his son Prince Charles, who made the 100 mile journey from his dwelling in Highgrove, Leicestershire to the capital to see him.
Prince Phillip’s hospital keep and Prince Charles’ go to have each been massive speaking factors on social media however, after seeing some terrible tweets about the Duke, GMB star Alex, who stood in for Piers Morgan on the finish of final week, posted: “I’ve simply learn among the most disgusting tweets about the #DukeofEdinburgh.
“This social media platform is contaminated by a lot damaging power. So very unhappy! He’s somebody’s dad, somebody’s grandfather and our Queen’s husband.”
Reacting to Alex’s tweet, certainly one of his followers replied: “I hate social media for the disgusting vile issues folks factor they will say about others once they know nothing about them! Life is troublesome sufficient with out unknown folks pondering they’ve a proper to touch upon folks’s lives they do not even know!”
A second answered: “Why do folks get a lot pleasure from being unkind. Make an effort, take time to write down vitriol, it is actually past me,” however others urged it was the very fact Princes Charles was allowed to go to his father that angered folks.
One replied: “I get what you are saying however persons are so indignant about not having the ability to see their very own kin, there’s a huge divide between the federal government, monarchy and us, one rule for them and one other for us, they should not be disrespectful however I completely get their frustration and anger.”
Responding to this, one other commented: “It’s staggering how many individuals do not know no less than 1 customer is at the moment being allowed for finish of life care – NHS or non-public. All this ‘1 rule for them’ nonsense.
“Then they query whether or not he is ‘finish of life’ erm… he is 99 and in hospital any go to might be the final”