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This Morning's Holly forced to step in as co-stars clash over royal family costs

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skipped the lying-in-state queue at Westminster.But This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby clearly has her hands full this week as she had to break up a heated clash between her ITV co-stars on Wednesday morning (September 21).Holly issued a warning to her fellow presenters Matthew Wright and Vanessa Feltz during a segment about the royal family's coronation.READ MORE:Holly Willoughby 'shaken and upset' after 'queue skip' backlash, says expertIt follows reports that King Charles has been planning a coronation ceremony that will be less costly than his mother's due to the cost of living crisis, and that he is set to unveil a "slimmed down" monarchy which could mean fewer working royals.

Matthew launched into a passionate rant where he raised concerns about how much the royal family cost the general public in a time where working families are struggling to make ends meet.He said: "The Queen's coronation in 1953 cost tax payers £1.7 million pounds which sounds like a reasonable sum of money, but when you look at what that costs in today's money, it's sort of above £45 million. "So when Charles or his camp talk about a slimmed down coronation, there's a hell of a lot of wiggle room at £47 million!"He later suggested the country should have a referendum about the cost of royal events such as the coronation.Matthew went on: "I've been looking at the cost of the monarchy for more than thirty years and there's no evidence that makes this case that they bring in more than they cost.

Let's test it! Let's have those discussions with King Charles and see what the British public actually wants."Holly interjected: "We did see the British public unite, though?

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