Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry row

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Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry row
Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry row

Loose Women star Denise Welch was forced to apologise on Friday's instalment of the ITV show after she accidentally let slip a swear word during a heated debate about Prince Harry.

"I know as someone who suffers from clinical depression - you push everything down and one day, it's going to explode and I feel that he now wants to right some wrongs and this is what he has done," Denise said.

"However, on the other side of things, there will be at least 64 articles on Prince Harry today in the papers, all the while the government is getting away with b***dy murder.

"Oh, excuse me for swearing," Denise added as she covered her mouth.

"While we're talking about Harry and Meghan every day, we should be talking about all the mistakes that the government made in the last three years - all the PPE, all the huge mistakes that happened.

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Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry rowDenise accidentally swore on Loose Women (ITV)

"Things that we are having to pay for with our tax money - that's what we should be talking about," she added.

The Loose Women ladies were discussing Prince Harry's memoir on Friday's instalment of the ITV show following the latest trailer drop of his bombshell interview with journalist Tom Bradby.

Things quickly became heated between the panellists, as Judi Love and Denise Welch backed Prince Harry, while Frankie Bridge insisted that she was 'sick of the debate' and pitting William and Kate against Harry and his wife, Meghan.

Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry rowDenise apologised for her mishap (ITV)

Meanwhile, Kaye Adams left her fellow panelists shocked as she insisted that Prince Harry was a 'strange race campaigner'.

While thousands of Royal fans have been criticising Prince Harry this week, Loose Women star Judi has explained that she feels sympathetic towards the Duke, because she sees that he is obviously 'struggling'.

Judi went on to insist that Prince Harry has never been listened to within theRoyal family.

Ahead of Sunday's bombshell ITV interview, a new teaser was released this morning which sees Harry talking to the journalist about the 'red mist' he noticed in older brother Prince William following a physical altercation between the two which occured in his cottage.

Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry rowPrince Harry's memoir Spare has been leaked (PA)

The Duke admitted reconciliation is what he wants but he insists that 'first, there needs to be some accountability'.

"The truth, supposedly, at the moment, has been there’s only one side of the story, right? But, there’s two sides to every story," Harry says in the new trailer.

Prince Harry also further opens up about his alleged fight with William, after he claims his older brother broke his necklace by grabbing him and then pushed him to the ground, where he fell on a dog bowl and hurt his back.

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In the latest trailer drop, Harry claims his brother was looking for him to retaliate, but he resisted.

Denise Welch apologises for swearing on Loose Women in heated Prince Harry rowHarry claims his brother was looking for him to retaliate, but he resisted (ITV)

Opening up on their dispute, which Prince Harry also describes in his new autobiography titled Spare, he said: "What was different here was the level of frustration, and I talk about the red mist that I had for so many years, and I saw this red mist in him.

"He wanted me to hit him back, but I chose not to."

The latest comments come off the back of a number of other revelations to have made it out in the public prior to his interviews in the UK and the US and book release.

Susan Knox

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