Historian David Starkey explains the main difference between the Queen and Meghan Markle

Mr Starkey commended the Queen for her commitment to her role as Head of State

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Historian and TV and radio presenter David Starkey has slammed Meghan and Diana in an exclusive interview with GB News Presenter Alastair Stewart.

Expanding upon the broad differences between her Majesty, Diana, and the Duchess of Sussex, Mr Starkey said theres a "huge difference between her and Diana and her and Meghan".

Mr Starkey added: "They are people who played up the me me celeb side".

The historian remarks on the Queens grandfather George V who hated ceremony, acknowledging how the Queen her whole life has followed the motto of "I ought to do this"

David Starkey slammed Meghan and Diana as "me me" people
David Starkey slammed Meghan and Diana as "me me" people

The comments follow reports that Harry and Meghan arrived at Farnborough airport yesterday afternoon, welcomed by an entourage of the Queen's close protection officers.

Arriving on a private jet to the UK from their California home, the couple were transported to their Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage, by bullet-proof cars.

A source told The Sun: "The Queen believed it was the right thing to do".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bundled into the bullet-proof vehicles, accompanied by their two children, Archie, three and Lilibet, one.

Prince Andrew and Meghan and Harry will not be present on the Palace balcony for the flypast, as only working Royals are permitted.