Janet Street-Porter is never short of an opinion or two when she appears on Loose Women.
Now, on today's programme (June 25), she told her fellow panellists that she doesn't think Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice should have the right to be called royals.
The panel was discussing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spending £2.4million on refurbishments on their home, Frogmore Cottage.
"I don’t think it’s much money in the global scheme of running the Royal Family," Janet said.
But attention then switched to the rest of the Royal Family, where she was less charitable.
She told fellow panellists Coleen Nolan, Brenda Edwards and Kéllé Bryan: "I’d like to see the Royal Family slimmed down so there wasn’t Beatrice and Eugenie and all these other ones, all the peripheral ones."
Asked if she believed the Princesses had a right to be called 'royal', she said: "No. Not really. No, they’re royal by bloodline."
I’d like to see the Royal Family slimmed down so there wasn’t Beatrice and Eugenie and all these other ones, all the peripheral ones.
Princess Eugenie of York, 29, is the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke Of York, and Sarah, Duchess of York, and is tenth in line for the throne.
Princess Beatrice, 30, is their oldest daughter, and is ninth in line for the throne.
Last month, Princess Beatrice attended Lady Gabriella Windsor's wedding to Thomas Kingston on Saturday with her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
The couple arrived at St George's Chapel alongside Beatrice's mother The Duchess of York.
Beatrice wore a lacy high street dress from Self-Portrait worth £370 as she stepped out with Edoardo in his morning suit.
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