Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Were "Driven Out" Of The UK, Says Bryan Cox
In an interview, Scottish actor Bryan Cox says that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were pushed out of the UK by some of the media and that he thinks the monarchy should be abolished after Queen Elizabeth's death.
Scottish actor Bryan Cox, in an interview with ES Magazine, said that he believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were forced to quit the country and move to Canada. Furthermore, Cox does not think that the monarchy has a long-term future, especially not after the eventual passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Megxit: Bryan Cox has "no doubt at all, some of it is racist"
Cox did not hold back while talking to ES: "It's horrible what has happened to them. [...] They (some of the media) have forced Meghan and Harry to quit the country. Let's not beat about the bush, they have driven them out, and yes, I have no doubt at all, some of it is racist."
Bryan Cox: "The Queen is an amazing woman"
The star of HBO's Succession then went on to praise Queen Elizabeth II, who ascended the throne on February 6 1952, and all her accomplishments during her 68-year-reign.
"I think the Queen is an amazing woman, and what she has done is incredible. But when she's gone, the whole bloody shooting match should go, I really think so. We won't end this feudal hold on our culture and system until then."
The full interview with Bryan Cox appears in this week's issue of ES Magazine, which is coming out Thursday, February 6.