'Make them PERMANENT ambassadors in Rwanda!' - Anne Robinson says she has 'perfect solution' for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

The Sussexes made a string of claims about their treatment by the British press in their Netflix docuseries

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Anne Robinson has suggested Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are made Rwanda ambassadors in a scathing interview.

Speaking on GB News, the ex-Weakest Link presenter said the Royal Family should let the Sussexes “run out of steam” rather than intervene and fight against some of their claims.

The couple have sparked controversy in recent weeks by making a string of claims about their treatment by the British press in their Netflix docuseries.

Legendary broadcaster Robinson says she now has the “perfect solution” for dealing with the Sussexes.

She told Dan Wootton in an exclusive GB News interview: “Are you old enough to remember Mrs Thatcher? When she left office, they asked her ‘what’s the most important thing you’ve learned in 11 years?’

“She said, ‘never do anything until you absolutely have to’, so what the Palace have to do is keep quiet and let them run out of steam.

Anne Robinson spoke about the couple to Dan Wootton in an exclusive GB News interview.
Anne Robinson spoke about the couple to Dan Wootton in an exclusive GB News interview.

“I’ve got the perfect solution for Meghan and Harry - they need to be permanent ambassador in Rwanda.

“They can tell people what it’s like to be rich and to care!”

The former Countdown presenter says the couple will eventually “run out of steam” as they are “less popular” than they were before, as the couple prepare to release the second instalment of their Netflix docuseries.

She said: “They’re two silly little people. We need to let them get it all out of their system.”