Last updated on Oct 7th, 2020 at 10:22 am

Another Royal Family scandal is brewing…and this time it has nothing to do with the Markles!

Gary Goldsmith, the uncle of the Duchess of Cambridge, has put Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan on blast in a social media post which has gone viral.

The outspoken 55-year-old businessman has blasted the royal couple’s recent comments about systematic racism and white privilege, going as far as to call them “muppets” and even tell them to “shut the F up” in a strong-worded post.

Gary, the brother of Kate’s mother Carole Middleton, has a colourful history including being arrested and fined for assaulting his wife in public, owning a holiday resort in Ibiza and having four marriages under his belt. He’s also been accused of drug dealing.

Considered the ‘black sheep of the family’, Gary took to LinkedIn last week to slam the US-based family, who are currently residing in California with their son Archie

He wrote: “With so much stuff going on in the world still these two muppets are craving attention! Please shut the F up and bring up your child and stop talking let alone demanding!!

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Gary also personally attacked Harry who he claimed had “lost” his respect and Meghan who he called a “wrong’n”

He continued; “Harry, you have lost our love and respect. Meghan you are a wrong’n. Now hush please we are kinda busy saving lives and the economy.”

 

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Gary Goldsmith, the uncle of Duchess Kate, has put Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan on blast in a LinkedIn post

And Gary insists he stands by everything he said

He told MailOnline: “I used to have a lot of respect for Harry and his army career but this new Harry is someone I don’t recognise.

“They have abdicated the UK for the US and obviously don’t give a damn about the Royal family.”

‘We’ve all had enough of them lecturing us. You can’t sell your soul to Netflix for a reported £150 million and then dictate to Mother England.’

 

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