Carol Vorderman blasts Jeremy Clarkson for saying he ‘fantasises’ about people throwing excrement at a naked Meghan Markle

Carol Vorderman has hit out at Jeremy Clarkson for recent comments he made on Meghan Markle after the release of the “Harry & Meghan” Netflix documentary.
Carol Vorderman has hit out at Jeremy Clarkson for recent comments he made on Meghan Markle after the release of the “Harry & Meghan” Netflix documentary.

The former Top Gear host wrote that he hates Meghan Markle 'on a cellular level'

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Carol Vorderman has hit out at Jeremy Clarkson for recent comments he made on Meghan Markle after the release of the “Harry & Meghan” Netflix documentary.

The former Top Gear host wrote in his column for The Sun that he hates Meghan Markle “on a cellular level”.

“I hate her. Not like I hate Nicola Sturgeon or Rose West. I hate her on a cellular level.

"At night, I’m unable to sleep as I lie there, grinding my teeth and dreaming of the day when she is made to parade naked through the streets of every town in Britain while the crowds chant, 'Shame!' and throw lumps of excrement at her.

“Everyone who’s my age thinks the same way,”

The former Countdown host shared an image of the column and said: “NO Jeremy Clarkson. Not on any level, in any circumstance, is it ok to write this stuff about any woman and absolutely NO to ‘everyone who's my age thinks the same’.

“No no no. We absolutely do NOT think the same.

“Listen to the noise Jeremy. The crowds are chanting ‘shame on YOU’.”

The final volume of the Sussexes’ controversial Netflix documentary features claims about Meghan’s treatment in the press, her mental health and their relationship with the Prince of Wales.
The final volume of the Sussexes’ controversial Netflix documentary features claims about Meghan’s treatment in the press, her mental health and their relationship with the Prince of Wales.

John Bishop also berated the comments, tweeting: “I don't care who you are or who you work for you simply can not write things like this.

“It is a blatant appeal to incite humiliation and violence on a woman. Some have excused it as dark humour. There is no joke here Jeremy Clarkson and no excuse.”

The final volume of the Sussexes’ controversial Netflix documentary features claims about Meghan’s treatment in the press, her mental health and their relationship with the Prince of Wales.

The final three episodes, which dropped at 8am on Thursday, follow the couple from their wedding day to their departure for North America.