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Stacey Solomon 'can't get my head around' financial support for Royal family

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Stacey Solomon has addressed comments she made about the Royal Family after clips resurfaced online following the death of the Queen.

In a debate on a 2018 episode of Loose Women, on which Stacey is a panellist, the 32 year old mum of four said that she "'doesn't get the obsession" with the royals and questioned why we "pay a contribution towards them".

After the clip reared its head in the aftermath of the late Queen's death on 8 September, Stacey explained her comments to The Guardian, she said it was hard to see them resurface during the period of mourning for the late monarch.

Stacey said: "I have nothing against the monarchy and the Queen seemed like a lovely lady, but I don't understand why we pay a contribution to one of the wealthiest families in the world." She continued: "Some of our kids weren't even getting school lunches, and to know a huge amount of money is going to somebody who doesn't need it, I just couldn't get my head around that. "I don't know why they can't exist just as a cool famous family.

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