Jeremy Clarkson warned Harry and Meghan against ‘revolting’ American chat show work

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The “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” host and motoring enthusiast, 61, is a household name on British screens. Jeremy returns for another episode of ITV’s big-money quiz show tonight as he is joined by six new contestants. The former “Top Gear” presenter has also recently revealed his passion for farming in his new Amazon Prime TV series. “Clarkson’s Farm” chronicles Jeremy’s struggles to run the farm he owns in the Cotswolds.

One of Jeremy’s other passions is royal commentary, and as a recent unearthed column of his shows, he is not best pleased with Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40.

Last year the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dramatically revealed that they would step down from their roles as members of the Royal Family.

Writing for The Sun just days after their sensational announcement, Jeremy warned the Sussexes about the perils of American TV work.

He said: “For sure, they will have some cash between them, but if they keep on using private jets and renting seaside mansions, that will all be gone by Easter.

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“Then what? Charity work won’t pay the bills and hosting a nightly evening chat show on American television would be revolting.

“So would taking paid ads for panty liners on their Instagram account.

“Obviously, Meghan can go back to acting. But what about Harry? What’s he going to do? Work behind the meat counter at Costco?

“I’ve met him a couple of times and he’s very down to earth. So he probably thinks he could do jobs like that but, take it from me mate, you’d last a week.”

After leaving the Royal Family, Harry and Meghan moved into a mansion in Montecito, California.

The swanky neighbourhood up the coast from Los Angeles is home to a string of other A-list stars including the Sussexes’ friend Oprah Winfrey.

In March the couple opened up to Oprah – who was among the guests at their wedding – about why they left the Royal Family.

In a bombshell sit-down interview with the chat show legend broadcast on CBS Harry and Meghan made a string of shocking claims about the Royal Family.

Meghan revealed how she had been battling suicidal thoughts but alleged she was not offered access to mental health services when she reached out to Buckingham Palace.

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The Sussexes’ revelations, including Meghan’s thoughts about ending her life, were dismissed by “Good Morning Britain” host Piers Morgan.

In a now-infamous appearance on the show, Piers stormed off the set following a heated row with his co-presenter Alex Beresford over Meghan’s comments.

Amid the outrage at Piers’ comments – which cost him his job on the programme – he was defended by Jeremy.

Jeremy – known for his longstanding feud with the presenter – said he was in agreement with Piers over Meghan, the former star of US legal drama, “Suits”.

In a column for The Sun, Jeremy detailed how the monarchy has already survived a string of previous controversies down the years.

He said: “If the British monarchy can soldier on through that, I’m fairly sure it’ll be able to weather the banal musings of a silly little cable TV actress.”

Who Wants to be a Millionaire is on ITV tonight at 8:30pm tonight.
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