Twitter to call out the criticism surrounding Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield "queue-jumping" to see the Queen lying-in-state last week.The comedian responded to one fan who brought up Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41, holding hands as they exited Westminster Hall and the "uproar" surrounding the matter.Jason took to Twitter to call out the controversy surrounding the This Morning duo.He wrote in view of his 434,000 followers: "Putin threatening us with nukes, cost of living, fuel at record prices, rudderless government, queues for food banks but what are people crying about?"2 people in the media used the media pass to ‘queue jump’ to see the Queen's coffin.
Good God I wish I had these people's problems!"(sic)Social media user JamesBeswick13 commented: "At least they've stopped crying about Harry and Meghan holding hands."Jason shared his view on the controversy, as he replied: "Ha yeah imagine holding someone’s hand at their granny’s funeral!"The uproar shouldn’t be that someone held his hand at his Nan’s funeral, it’s that nobody held it at his mum’s."Social media users rushed to the comments to praise the comedian for sticking up for the royals.Mrsnjrobinson said: "Well said Jason."Stephen_OK666 added: "Who is this body language expert?
Hahaha."The controversy comes as Meghan and Harry were pictured holding hands as they left Westminster Abbey after the state funeral for the Queen.However, they were not the only people pictured clasping hands on a very sad day.President Joe Biden was seen clutching the First Lady, Jill Biden's hand while walking down the nave at Westminster Abbey.Former BBC Breakfast Dan Walker also hit back at social media users last week for criticising the married couple holding.Read more on express.co.uk